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bizco

, a  
a       adj   cross-eyed, squinting  
mirada bizca      squint, cross-eyed look  
ponerse bizco      to squint, look cross-eyed  
MODISMOS dejar a algn bizco      to leave sb open-mouthed  
MODISMOS quedarse bizco      to be flabbergasted  
b       sm/f   cross-eyed person, someone with a squint
c       adv  
mirar bizco      to squint, look cross-eyed  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
look cross-eyed
exp.
to squint
exp.
look cross-eyed
exp.
to squint
exp.
to be flabbergasted
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to leave sb open-mouthed
(MODISMOS)
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'bizco' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
adj.
bizco
exp.
ser bizco
exp.
se le nota mucho que es bizco
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"bizco": examples and translations in context
Es un poco bizco, hace más encantadora a la persona. I suppose you are a bit cross-eyed, some people think it's charming.
El muchacho bizco lleno de espinas. The little cross-eyed boy with the impetigo.
Los ojos se dirigen hacia el... y acabas bizco. Your eyes are drawn to it... and you end up cockeyed.
Solo que tiene que ser bizco. But he has to be cockeyed.
A mí me llaman "el bizco". Jacquou. They call me Cockeye.
Yo no soy bizco, Dougal. I am not cross-eyed, Dougal.
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