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What does the phrase "im��genes de carros" mean in English?

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In English, "im��genes de carros" means "images of cars" or "pictures of cars." The phrase may also refer to images of carts, wagons, vehicles or carriages.

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"Im��genes" is the plural form of "imagen," which translates to "image" or "picture." "De" means "of." "Carros" can translate to a number of phrases but usually means "cars" or other types of vehicles. For an exact translation, the reader must refer to the context. "Carros" is the plural form of "carro."

The phrase "im��genes de carros" is Spanish. The accent mark above the "a" in "im��genes" denotes the stressed syllable. The phonetic spelling is "i?ma.xe.nes."

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