Intenet está lleno de ésta palabra , nos adentramos en la red buscando algo y salimos descubriendo muchas veces “tesoros” que no esperabamos encontrar , hoy me sumergí buscando “algo” y salí a la superficie recuperando ésta palabra “serendipity” en castellano no existe un homónimo directo aunque podríamos decir que tener serendipity es estar de suerte
Intenet está lleno de sucesos que tienen su origen en ésta palabra , nos adentramos en la red buscando algo y salimos descubriendo muchas veces “tesoros” que no esperabamos encontrar , hoy me sumergí buscando “algo” y salí a la superficie recuperando ésta palabra “serendipity” en castellano no existe un homónimo directo aunque podríamos decir que tener serendipity es estar de suerte
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