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Meaning of "tarde" in the Spanish dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD TARDE

La palabra tarde procede del latín tarde.
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PRONUNCIATION OF TARDE IN SPANISH

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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF TARDE

noun
adjective
verb
adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
interjection
article
Tarde can act as a noun and an adverb.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

The adverb is an invariable part of the sentence that can change, explain or simplify a verb or another adverb.

WHAT DOES TARDE MEAN IN SPANISH?

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tarde

Late

Tarde

The afternoon is the second part of the two that divides the day, is a period that begins with the final instant of noon and ends with the evening. It follows therefore in the morning and precedes the night. An activity that takes place in the afternoon is an evening activity. La tarde es la segunda parte de las dos que se divide el día, es un periodo que comienza con el instante final del mediodía y finaliza con el atardecer. Sigue por lo tanto a la mañana y antecede a la noche. Una actividad que tiene lugar por la tarde es una actividad vespertina.

Definition of tarde in the Spanish dictionary

The first definition of afternoon in the dictionary of the real academy of the Spanish language is time from noon until nightfall. Another meaning of afternoon in the dictionary is late hours of the day. Evening is also late in the day or night. Late dinner. Wake up late. La primera definición de tarde en el diccionario de la real academia de la lengua española es tiempo que hay desde mediodía hasta anochecer. Otro significado de tarde en el diccionario es últimas horas del día. Tarde es también a hora avanzada del día o de la noche. Cenar tarde. Levantarse tarde.
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SPANISH WORDS THAT RHYME WITH TARDE


alarde
lar·de
cobarde
co·bar·de
esguarde
es·guar·de
farde
far·de
sarde
sar·de
sobretarde
so·bre·tar·de

SPANISH WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE TARDE

tarda
tardador
tardadora
tardana
tardanaos
tardano
tardanza
tardar
tardeada
tardear
tardecer
tardecica
tardecita
tardía
tardíamente
tardígrada
tardígrado
tardinera
tardinero
tardío

SPANISH WORDS THAT END LIKE TARDE

acorde
aguaverde
balurde
blanquiverde
borde
concorde
de
desacorde
desborde
desde
discorde
engorde
ganapierde
inmisericorde
monocorde
pavorde
pierde
pisaverde
reborde
verde

Synonyms and antonyms of tarde in the Spanish dictionary of synonyms

SYNONYMS

SYNONYMS OF «TARDE» IN SPANISH

The following Spanish words have a similar or identical meaning as «tarde» and belong to the same grammatical category.
Spanish synonyms of tarde

ANTONYMS OF «TARDE» IN SPANISH

The following Spanish words mean the opposite of «tarde» and also belong to the same grammatical category.
Spanish antonyms of tarde

Translation of «tarde» into 25 languages

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tarde
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late
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शाम
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مساء
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вечер
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noite
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সন্ধ্যা
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soir
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malam
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Abend
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저녁
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sore
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akşam
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sera
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wieczór
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вечір
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seară
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kväll
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SPANISH - ENGLISH DICTIONARY

tarde
tarde-1 
  evening.
 They're looking to hire part time cleaners for evenings and weekends.
a la caída de la tarde  
at twilight
at dusk
 The play 'A Song at Twilight' tells the story of an embittered, closeted, world-famous writer who is faced with his murky past in the shape of his early mistress.
 World-wide, the mantra for reducing potential shark attack is 'don't bathe at dawn and dusk'.
al principio de la tarde  
early evening
in (the) early evening
 Early evening dosage is more effective than late evening dosage.
 Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, can be seen in the southern sky in the early evening from winter to spring.
a primeras horas de la tarde   
late afternoon
early evening
in (the) early evening
 The pattern of changes in embolisms indicated almost no embolisms before dawn, followed by a rapid rise to a peak in mid-morning, then a progressive loss of embolisms in late afternoon.
 Early evening dosage is more effective than late evening dosage.
 Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, can be seen in the southern sky in the early evening from winter to spring.
a últimas horas de la tarde 
late evening
 They are open normal office hours, though some have experimented with late evening opening and some now open on Saturday mornings.
ayer por la tarde   
yesterday afternoon
last evening
yesterday evening
 These kinds of changes, incidentally, are relatively easy to effect through the sort of authority control system that, may I say, was so brilliantly described yesterday afternoon by Mr. Malinconico.
 Last evening her doctor had given her the news she had been eagerly hoping for: she was going to have a baby.
 We experienced some technical issues yesterday evening but these have now all been resolved.
barba de media tarde 
five o'clock shadow
 No matter whether your five o'clock shadow shows by lunchtime or you need a razor only once every 48 hours, shaving can be hell.
caída de la tarde 
sundown
 She only went out for a walk but ended up staying out till sundown.
de la tarde 
p.m. (latín - post meridiam)
 Most of their libraries offer 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. opening on weekdays, and a somewhat curtailed opening day on Saturdays.
Día + por la tarde  
Día + evening
late + Día
 Fundraising campaigns include a Phonathon in which volunteers call past contributors to make an annual pledge to the library; and a Telefest, two hours of prime time television on Sunday evening designed to attract donations.
 This tour is intended especially for delegates returning home late Saturday.
Día + por la tarde noche 
Día + night
 Board meetings are held every Monday night and attendance by principals is mandatory.
el domingo por la tarde 
on Sunday evening
 On Sunday evening, an alleged drug dealer was tarred and feathered in a Belfast street as passers-by looked on.
mañana, tarde y noche 
(a)round the clock
 Digitization is a value-added way of making library collections and materials available around the world, around the clock.
martes por la tarde, el 
Tuesday evening
 Tuesday evening before the morphine patch kicked in was the worse night he has ever had.
miércoles por la tarde 
Wednesday evening
 She will need to be in top form from the get go this year, when he takes on her opponent on Wednesday evening.
por la tarde 
in the evening
 He was astonished 'to see a great reading-room filled in the evening by readers all with their hats on'.
por la tarde noche 
in the evening
 He was astonished 'to see a great reading-room filled in the evening by readers all with their hats on'.
tarde noche    
late evening
evening
late evening
evening
 They are open normal office hours, though some have experimented with late evening opening and some now open on Saturday mornings.
 They're looking to hire part time cleaners for evenings and weekends.
 They are open normal office hours, though some have experimented with late evening opening and some now open on Saturday mornings.
 They're looking to hire part time cleaners for evenings and weekends.
té de la tarde 
afternoon tea
 In the past whether you took 'afternoon tea' or 'high tea' was a peek into your social standing.
tarde
tarde-2 
  late ; belatedly.
 If the document is returned late, any fine is calculated according to the library's fine policy = If the document is returned late, any fine is calculated according to the library's fine policy.
 Many government have begun to recognize, rather belatedly, that a nation's economic performance will be affected by new developments in information technology.
acostarse tarde  
have + a late night
stay up + late
 I had some thoughts about this yesterday but had a late night last night and now those ideas have escaped from my brain.
 Apparently staying up late - being a night owl rather than a lark - is a sign of intelligence.
algunos años más tarde 
some years on
 Even the same collection some years on will have altered, and the device, in order to remain effective, must evolve in keeping with the development of the collection.
aparecer tarde  
be a late arrival on the scene
be late on the scene
 Consumer advice has been a rather late arrival on the scene in Britain considering that everyone is a consumer of goods and services in some form or other.
 Late on the scene though they may have been, public libraries are now making their presence felt, especially in the great cities of the United States.
comenzar tarde 
have + a late start
 In some theaters, it's still not uncommon to have a late start and three long intermissions to give people time to eat and drink and converse.
como muy tarde 
at the latest
 By July 2001 at the latest the Freedom of Information Act will become applicable to universities.
demasiado tarde 
too late
 It's never too early - or too late - to take advantage of all the benefits.
desarrollarse tarde 
have + a late start
 In some theaters, it's still not uncommon to have a late start and three long intermissions to give people time to eat and drink and converse.
dormir hasta tarde  
sleep in
sleep + late
 If you feel the need to sleep in at weekends try to make it not more than an hour later than usual.
 On the days I sleep late I feel lazy and lethargic the whole day.
empezar tarde 
have + a late start
 In some theaters, it's still not uncommon to have a late start and three long intermissions to give people time to eat and drink and converse.
estudiar hasta muy tarde 
burn + the midnight oil
 It was by burning the midnight oil that Churchill achieved such a phenomenal output, doing his best work in the quiet hours of the night.
hacerse tarde 
get + late
 You may find that she may have trouble understanding what you mean when you tell her that 'it's getting late' or you 'should go to bed soon'.
levantarse tarde  
sleep in
sleep + late
 If you feel the need to sleep in at weekends try to make it not more than an hour later than usual.
 On the days I sleep late I feel lazy and lethargic the whole day.
llegar tarde  
arrive + late
run + late
 Printing had arrived late and was deficient in technique and provincial in content.
 Unfortunately, no one has ever done a study on just how much we Indonesians lose by consistently running late and performing inefficiently.
llegar tarde (a) 
be late (for)
 Dexter Rundle went on: 'As I said I'm late for an appointment and have to go, but tell Ms. Lachaise that I'll be in touch with her'.
llegar tarde a casa 
stay out + late
 Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.
llegar tarde al trabajo 
be late for work
 She was frequently late for work, and she spent so much time talking with other library pages and other people in the library that she was not getting her work done.
lo más tarde 
at the latest
 By July 2001 at the latest the Freedom of Information Act will become applicable to universities.
más tarde 
later on
 Later on, his findings were developed and specified in numerous studies by pedologists and vulcanologists.
más tarde o más temprano   
sooner or later
at one time or another
at one point or another
 Indications are though, that sooner or later the selling of information as a commodity will begin.
 Indigestion is a common condition that many people - even kids - have at one time or another.
 Whether you're trying to be sexy, or you're just plain nervous, everyone bites their lower lip at one point or another.
más vale tarde que nunca 
better late than never
 The article 'Better late than never' discusses the extraordinary pace of change in the academic book market.
muy de tarde en tarde 
once in a blue moon
 Among the essays he presents we find a explanation of the phrase 'once in a blue moon'.
no levantarse hasta tarde  
have + a lie-in
lie in
 She said she deserved to have a lie-in after more than a decade of getting up at the crack of dawn.
 You spend forty odd years wishing you didn't have to be up and out before 8am every morning - so why do pensioners never lie in?.
persona que se desarrolla tarde 
late bloomer
 The late bloomers featured here are strong, resilient people whose energy will encourage you to have faith in yourself.
quedarse en la cama hasta tarde  
have + a lie-in
lie in
 She said she deserved to have a lie-in after more than a decade of getting up at the crack of dawn.
 You spend forty odd years wishing you didn't have to be up and out before 8am every morning - so why do pensioners never lie in?.
quedarse levantado hasta (muy) tarde 
stay up + late
 Apparently staying up late - being a night owl rather than a lark - is a sign of intelligence.
ser demasiado tarde para echar atrás 
reach + the point of no return
 Global warming is reaching the point of no return, with widespread drought, crop failure and water shortages the likely result.
ser un persona que se levanta tarde 
be a late riser
 He was a late riser, and as the clock on the mantelpiece showed me that it was only a quarter-past seven, I blinked up at him in some surprise.
tarde o temprano   
sooner or later
at one time or another
at one point or another
 Indications are though, that sooner or later the selling of information as a commodity will begin.
 Indigestion is a common condition that many people - even kids - have at one time or another.
 Whether you're trying to be sexy, or you're just plain nervous, everyone bites their lower lip at one point or another.
trabajar hasta muy tarde 
burn + the midnight oil
 It was by burning the midnight oil that Churchill achieved such a phenomenal output, doing his best work in the quiet hours of the night.
unos días más tarde 
a few days later
 A few days later, they were out running errands when they stopped by the post office to pick up the envelope.
volver tarde a casa 
stay out + late
 Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.

Trends of use of tarde

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «TARDE»

The term «tarde» is very widely used and occupies the 610 position in our list of most widely used terms in the Spanish dictionary.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «TARDE» OVER TIME

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Examples of use in the Spanish literature, quotes and news about tarde

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10 SPANISH QUOTES WITH «TARDE»

Famous quotes and sentences with the word tarde.
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Frédéric Chopin
Toda dificultad eludida se convertirá más tarde en un fantasma que perturbará nuestro reposo.
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Herbert H. Asquith
La juventud sería el estado ideal si llegara un poco más tarde.
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Jean-François Collin D'Harleville
En la vida humana, la dicha, tarde o temprano hace olvidar la pena.
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Libanius
Más vale tarde que nunca.
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Ludwig Feuerbach
Las verdades más sencillas son aquellas a las que el hombre llega más tarde.
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Marcello Palingenio Stellato
Quien tarde aprende sabe inútilmente.
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Marcial
Ponerse a vivir hoy ya es tarde: el sabio ha comenzado ayer.
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Marguerite Duras
Muy pronto en la vida es demasiado tarde.
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Oscar Wilde
Si uno dice la verdad, tarde o temprano será descubierto.
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Pedro Calderón De La Barca
Aunque te aconsejes tarde, mira, oh joven imprudente, que ser con ira valiente no es dejar de ser cobarde.

10 SPANISH PROVERBS WITH THE WORD «TARDE»

Por la mañana, la siembra; y por la tarde, la hembra.
Premio que en darse tarde, al premiador deshonra y al premiado agravia.
Sardina que lleva el gato, tarde o nunca vuelve al plato.
Nunca es tarde para bien hacer; haz hoy lo que no hiciste ayer.
A la mañana puro y a la tarde sin agua.
Agua esperé y tarde sembré, sabe Dios lo que cogeré.
Amor de ramera y vino de frasco, a la mañana dulce y a la tarde amargo.
Arco por la tarde, buen tiempo aguardes.
Arreboles a la tarde, a la mañana aire.
Boria en la mañana, tarde muy galana.

10 SPANISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TARDE»

Discover the use of tarde in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to tarde and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Spanish literature.
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Las leyes de la imitación y La sociología
Sociólogo, criminólogo y filósofo, Gabriel Tarde (1843-1904) desarrolló una cierta ontología de lo social, enmarcada en una más amplia que engloba a toda la naturaleza en su conjunto.
Gabriel Tarde, 2011
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A la hora de la tarde y de los juegos
"Colección de microrelatos que narran con aire de nostalgia experiencias infantiles en la ciudad andina de Jauja. Muchos de los textos logran transmitir un ambiente mágico y de intenso lirismo"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
Edgardo Rivera Martínez, 1996
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Llegó tarde a la cita
Gorka, Miguel e Irene acaban de empezar sus estudios universitarios.
Víctor Benítez Canfranc, 2003
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Se está haciendo tarde (final en laguna)
Se está haciendo tarde (final en laguna) es considerada por la crítica una de las grandes novelas mexicanas de fin de milenio.
José Agustín José Agustín, 2012
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Nunca es demasiado tarde
Esto es lo que Ivy Kano transmite en su libro Nunca es demasiado tarde, donde a través de anécdotas interesantes y divertidas te invita a reflexionar y a aprender nuevas experiencias que te ayudarán a ser mejor y a cambiar tu manera de ...
Ivonne Azenett Aparicio Cano, 2011
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Ya ni siquiera es tarde
Es decir, las narraciones de Iturbe hablan de amor, odio y ven-ganza, y la perspectiva narrativa se sitúa siempre en pleno centro del conflicto, nunca en la fría posición del observador neutral.
Arantxa Iturbe, 2005
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La ascención del lucero de la tarde: Serie Fablehaven
Es el final del año escolar y Kendra y su hermano Seth vuelven a pasar las vacaciones en Fablehaven.
Brandon Mull, 2012
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Una tarde con campanas
Una tarde con campanas revela a Juan Carlos Méndez Guédez como una brillante presencia de la novelística actual y confirma la opinión de Alfredo Bryce Echenique para quien el autor es «una de las voces más firmes de la nueva narrativa ...
Juan Carlos Méndez Guédez, 2004
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ES TARDE PARA EL HOMBRE
"Tal vez en el poder terrible de la ciencia, en el influjo abrumador de la técnica, y en esa creciente hostilidad indiscriminada del hombre hacia el hombre que llamamos industria militar y terrorismo, se hace manifiesto que la supremacía ...
OSPINA, WILLIAM, 2013
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Dominio de la tarde
La poesía es una forma de conocimiento; una imagen, cierto ritmo, nos revelan la esencia de las cosas de manera mas viva y mas intensa que un complejo sistema filosófico.
Jaime Labastida, 1991

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TARDE»

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'Tarde para la ira', el debut como director de Raúl Arévalo
Tarde para la ira está hecha con las entrañas, como ocurre a menudo con la primera obra cinematográfica. Es como si uno se sacara de dentro algo que, por ... «Diario Médico, Sep 16»
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'Tarde para la ira', el vengador sin piedad
'Tarde para la ira' (Raúl Arévalo, 2016) está siendo tratada como una de las películas de la década. A todas luces excesivo. Comprensible porque uno de los ... «Blog de cine, Sep 16»
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Ruth Díaz, ganadora en Venecia por ´Tarde para la ira´: "Soy una ...
Pese a ser para muchos "una cara nueva", Ruth Díaz confiesa que es una actriz de "carrera de fondo" que, con 41 años y gracias al "regalazo" de Raúl Arévalo ... «20minutos.es, Sep 16»
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Hablamos con Raúl Arévalo con motivo del estreno de 'Tarde para ...
El actor español Raúl Arévalo estrena hoy 9 de septiembre en España 'Tarde para la ira'. La cinta ha recibido una cálida acogida en el Festival de Venecia y ... «Blog de cine, Sep 16»
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Cenar después de las siete de la tarde aumenta el riesgo de un ...
Un estudio realizado en Gran Bretaña ha señalado que la última comida del día debe ser ligera y no más tarde de las siete. Durante la noche la presión arterial ... «Antena 3 Noticias, Sep 16»
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'Tarde para la ira': Raúl Arévalo se entrega al ruido y la furia del thriller
Con su espectacular prólogo de acción por la calles de Madrid, 'Tarde para la ira' –meritoria ópera prima del actor Raúl Arévalo (¡Los amantes pasajeros', 'La ... «FOTOGRAMAS, Sep 16»
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'Tarde para la ira': la ópera prima maestra de Raúl Arévalo
Tarde para la ira es, más que un debut, un puñetazo de autor. Un thriller de venganza intenso, cañí, hiperrealista, extremo y magistral que se posiciona como ... «RTVE, Sep 16»
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Raúl Arévalo, a un mes del estreno de Tarde para la ira, su ópera ...
El actor Raúl Arévalo cuenta los días del estreno en cines de su ópera prima, Tarde para la ira, cinta protagonizada por Antonio de la Torre, Luis Callejo, Ruth ... «Lainformacion.com, Aug 16»
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El diario La Tarde de Pereira deja de existir
Esta es la portada de la última edición de La Tarde. El diario liberal deja de existir luego de 40 años, y se fusionará con su tradicional competidor El Diario del ... «ElEspectador.com, Jun 16»
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Canal Extremadura Televisión estrena el próximo martes el ...
Además, 'Extra Tarde' contará con una tertulia diaria con tres figuras relevantes de todos los sectores de la sociedad de la región, y concluirá con un espacio ... «20minutos.es, Apr 16»

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