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Agasalho e casaco

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Is there any difference between those words? I saw images about that, and It seems to be the same.

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jhonatan_ssm
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And I've the same doubt with traje and terno

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i cant really help you with this but i think agasalho is older and less used.and by the way "agasallo" means "present" (gift) in gallego.

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jhonatan_ssm
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Thanks, but those words are in Portuguese, they refer to coat and suit. Perhaps you've reason and they only use casaco; however I don't know if there is a specific difference between them.

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ya,i know both are in portuguese but i dont really know if there's really a difference other than casaco is more used than agasalho

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okay, thank you.

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