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bicha

  
      sf  
1    *   (=serpiente)   snake  
MODISMOS mentar la bicha      to bring up an unpleasant subject  
  bicha negra   bête noire, pet aversion
2      (CAm)   (=niña)   child, little girl
3      (Andes)   (=olla)   large cooking pot
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
bicha nf.
snake

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to bring up an unpleasant subject
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"bicha": examples and translations in context
¿Le ha picado una bicha? Has it been bitten by a snake?
Pero, por desgracia, soy una antigua bicha de la Maremma. But unfortunately, I'm an old queen of the Maremma.
La voy a encontrar Donde estas bicha peluda? I am going it to find Where these bicha hairy?
El camión, entro en pezonometro. Pulverizando los palatos de la bicha. The tri-cone optimizers that feed into the nipple-sleeve receivers... perforated their lubricating bladders and began punching against the side walls.
En verdad, cada hombre tiene una bicha T ruth be told, in the very heart of every man
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