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  • Duvet insert not included
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Aperreado é um adjetivo da língua portuguesa muito usado no Nordeste, mais concretamente usado na gíria. Aperreado significa "agoniado", "impaciente", "apertado", "oprimido". A palavra aperreado muitas vezes é usada num contexto de falta de dinheiro, quando alguém está com dificuldades financeiras. No entanto, pode também ser usada num sentido mais amplo, servindo para descrever uma pessoa que está "enfezada" ou "aborrecida".

Aperreado is a Portuguese language the adjective used heavily in the Northeast, specifically used in slang. Aperreado means "agony", "impatient", "tight", "oppressed". The word aperreado is often used in a context of lack of money, when someone is in financial difficulty. However, it can also be used in a broader sense, serving to describe a person who is "shriveled" or "dull".

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