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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
Ese pequeño bizco pervertido apareció y me tiró atrás. This cross-eyed little herbert turned up and yanked me back out.
Es un poco bizco, hace más encantadora a la persona. I suppose you are a bit cross-eyed, some people think it's charming.
Los ojos se dirigen hacia el... y acabas bizco. Your eyes are drawn to it... and you end up cockeyed.
El único que querías quedarte tenía 6 uñas... y estaba bizco perdido. The only one you wanted to keep had six toes... and was cockeyed to boot.
Estás bizco, como si necesitaras gafas. Now you're squinting like you need glasses.
Phillip, hace un rato hizo bizco al leer su papeleo. Phillip, earlier you were squinting at your paperwork.
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