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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
Un tipo con cara de baboso vino por el chaval. A slimy looking fella come after the lad.
Y no eres protección bastante para ese baboso, cobarde... And you're no protection for this slimy, yellow-bellied, little...
El juez Gatlin acaba de comprarse a un idiota baboso. Judge Gatlin done bought himself a drooling' idiot.
No cruzaría la calle para visitar a ese fósil baboso. She wouldn't cross the street to visit that drooling fossil.
Es como despertarse junto a un plátano baboso cada mañana. It's like waking up beside a banana slug every morning.
Te he visto poonerte baboso con menos. I've seen you put a slug together with less.
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