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      sm   toff *        (esp Madrid)   Madrid man of the people, characterized by flamboyant zarzuela-type costume   Madrid man of the people, characterized by flamboyant zarzuela-type costume  

Manolo         sm  
  (forma familiar)   

Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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Manolo, maño, manojo, manola

el bueno de Manolo exp.
good old Manolo

Entry related to:bueno

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this is Pepe and this is Manolo
we can't go, Manolo isn't here yet
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"Manolo": examples and translations in context
Perdona Manolo, tengo que hablarte. Sorry Manolo, I have to talk to you.
Conferencia a cargo de Paco y Manolo. Conference in charge of Paco and Manolo.
Manolo Ruíz-Elvira: Estamos contentos y confiados con nuestros dos barcos. Manolo Ruíz-Elvira: I think we are happy and confident with both boats.
Gamuza y terciopelo negro de Manolo Blahnik. Black suede Manolo Blahnik slides with a mother-of-pearl buckle.
Esa semana, tuve una experiencia religiosa en Manolo Blahnik. Later that week, I had a religious experience at Manolo Blahnik.
No sé como un mexicano como Manolo... tuviste coraje para disparar en uno desconocido. Neither do we know how a gutless Mexican like Manolo found the courage to shoot someone he's never seen before.
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