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bigote

  
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1         bigotes    moustache, mustache   (EEUU)     
bigote de cepillo      toothbrush moustache  
MODISMOS chuparse los bigotes        (Cono Sur)   to lick one's lips  
MODISMOS de bigote      *   terrific *   , marvellous  
pey   awful  
MODISMOS menear el bigote      *   to eat, scoff *     
2      (Zool)   whiskers    pl     
  bigotes de morsa   walrus moustache
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
de bigote exp.
terrific
(MODISMOS)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
toothbrush moustache
exp.
to twirl one's moustache
exp.
to stroke one's moustache
exp.
scoff
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to eat
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to lick one's lips
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
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'bigote' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
adj.
con bigote
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bigote(s)
exp.
tener bigote
exp.
tiene bigote
exp.
bigotes
exp.
un hombre alto con bigote
exp.
a lo mejor debería dejarme bigote
"bigote": examples and translations in context
Fuerte, pelo corto, bigote. Stocky build, short hair, mustache.
Jamas dije nada sobre tu bigote. I never said a word about your mustache.
Sólo se fijarán en tu bigote... - They'll be staring at your moustache.
Entonces tenía el bigote más pequeño. His moustache was a little thinner then.
En la película, lleva bigote. He has a moustache in the movie.
Pequeño, bajito, con bigote... Short, fat, with a moustache...
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