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abucheo

  
      sm   booing, jeering  
ganarse un abucheo        (Teat)   to be booed, be hissed (at)  
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exp.
be hissed (at)
[Theat.]
exp.
to be booed
[Theat.]
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'abucheo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
ganarse un abucheo
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"abucheo": examples and translations in context
Simoncelli, a pesar del abucheo está haciendo los saludos. Simoncelli, despite all the boos is giving them the wave.
Ahora... un abucheo para Nasser Ali. Now... Boos for Nasser Ali.
¿Sabe?, si está intentando equiparar el abucheo a un jugador de béisbol... You know, if you're trying to equate booing a baseball player...
Quizás sea un abucheo. Maybe she's booing.
Y en poco tiempo, la inquietud se convirtió en abucheo. Y él contento, porque creía que aquello era también un aplauso, una especie de aplauso portugués. And before long, the unease became jeering, with him all happy because he thought that too was applause, some sort of Portuguese applause.
Aunque, si no le molesta que le diga... ese abucheo cuando apareció en pantalla, fue demasiado, ¿no? Although, if you don't mind me saying so... that jeering when you came on the screen, a bit much, you know.
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