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From the Spanish verb brear:
brea is:
   3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Indicative

bre·a  Feminine - Noun - Singular
  1. Translate "brea" to English: tar, pitch, wood tar, bitumen
    Spanish Synonyms of "brea": alquitrán, brea líquida, pez, chapapote, chapopote, galipó
    Define meaning of "brea": Alquitrán, sustancia viscosa de color rojo oscuro que se obtiene por destilación al fuego de la madera de varios árboles coníferos, tenía diferentes usos medicinales. ; Mezcla de brea, pez, sebo y aceite de pescado que se usaba en caliente para calafatear y pintar las maderas y las jarcias de las embarcaciones.

Conceptually-related expressions of "brea"
bre·ar  Verb
  1. Translate "brear" to English: thrash, beat
    Spanish Synonyms of "brear": apalear, azotar, golpear, agarrar a coscorrones, cuerear, dar de palos, dar una paliza, descargar la mano sobre
    Define meaning of "brear": Maltratar, molestar a alguien.

  2. Translate "brear" to English: cover with tar
    Spanish Synonyms of "brear": alquitranar, calafatear, cubrir con brea, cubrir de brea, recubrir con brea, embrear
    Define meaning of "brear": Untar, rellenar o cubrir de alquitrán algo, como un pavimento o un tejado, para impermeabilizarlo o protegerlo de la humedad.

Verb Conjugation for "brear"
Gerund: breando

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

breo

breas

brea

breamos

breáis

brean

breé

breaste

breó

breamos

breasteis

brearon

brearé

brearás

breará

brearemos

brearéis

brearán

Conceptually-related expressions of "brear"
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