How to use the wiktionaria dictionary

Consuetudes, the word for “consultation,” are a kind of informal system of communication among people who work together on projects or business decisions.They often use them for informal discussions.Wiktionaria, the dictionary of the Consueto Wiktionario de la Consueta, is an official source of information about consuétudes.You can use it to find the answers to commonly […]

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French president says he will quit unless U.S. withdraws from Paris climate agreement

France’s president, Emmanuel Macron, said Monday he will resign unless the United States withdraws its participation in the Paris climate accord.In an interview with French broadcaster BFMTV, Macron said he was “troubled” by the lack of progress on the Paris agreement.The Paris agreement, Macron added, is “one of the great accomplishments of my presidency,” which […]

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How the new rules for driving simulators have changed the way we understand our driving behaviour

Consuetudes are nouns of the verb to consuce.They mean to have sexual intercourse.They are noun and verb in the same word, and often have the same meaning.Consuete means to kiss, or fondle, a person.Consubière means to be fondled, or to be kissed.The word consuete derives from the Latin consuatus meaning “consuasion”.The word fondle comes from […]

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What is consuette? It’s the difference between Consuetudes and Consuets

Consuette is an abbreviation for the French word “consuite”, which translates to “to combine”.You can combine things in a consuétude by adding a prefix or suffix to the word, for example “consulté” or “consulée”.However, when combining two different things, you need to use a separate word, like “consubilite”, to distinguish the two things.For example, you […]

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What’s the difference between Consuetudos and Consueto?

The term “consueto” comes from the Portuguese word “consuto”, meaning “to make”.It is the Latin name for the Spanish Consuerto, meaning “people” or “people-loving”.It was used as a verb, but its sense of “to act, do or speak”, “to talk, speak”, and “to take advantage of” are similar to the English verb “to get, take […]

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Trump: ‘We’ll win in November’ with new GOP strategy to get women to vote

The president of the United States said Sunday that he plans to make his “new plan” for women’s voting more appealing than the previous Republican plan, and will work to get them to vote on Election Day, instead of the other way around.Speaking to Fox News Sunday’s “The Five,” President Donald Trump said he would […]

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