25/MAR/2010 6:52 PM
Wauber, I have been meaning to ask the equivalent of "nag" in Portuguese. What do you recommend?
His wife is always nagging him.
His wife is a nag.
His wife is always henpecking him.
He is a henpecked husband.
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