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baboso

, a  
a       adj  
1    (=con baba)  
[adulto]  
drooling, slobbering  
[niño]  
dribbling  
[perro]  
slobbering  
[caracol]  
slimy
2    [persona]   (=sentimental)   slushy  
(=sensiblero)  
mushy, foolishly sentimental  
(=adulador)  
fawning, snivelling  
(=sucio)  
dirty
3      (LAm)   (=tonto)   silly
4      (CAm)  
*   rotten *  , caddish *  
b       sm/f     (Méx, CAm)   fool, idiot  
pey   drip *     
    babosa  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

baboseo, babosa, babor, babosada

'baboso' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
los huevos revueltos babosos
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"baboso": examples and translations in context
Última oportunidad de rendirte, invertebrado kylothiano baboso. I'll give you one last chance to surrender, you slimy invertebrate.
Te daré una última oportunidad para rendirte, invertebrado baboso. I'll give you one last chance to surrender, you slimy invertebrate.
No cruzaría la calle para visitar a ese fósil baboso. She wouldn't cross the street to visit that drooling fossil.
No te reconocí sin tu enorme perro baboso. I didn't recognize you without your big, drooling dog.
Te he visto poonerte baboso con menos. I've seen you put a slug together with less.
Una pena que no le hayas dado a ese monstruo baboso. Too bad you can't take out that slug monster.
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