bonzo translation | Spanish-English dictionary



      sm   bonze  
quemarse a lo bonzo      to set o.s. alight  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

bonazo, bono, bozo, bongo

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to set fire to o.s.
to set o.s. alight
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"bonzo": examples and translations in context
Yurakucho es el espacio político de Tokio... donde en otros tiempos vi a un bonzo rezar por la paz en Vietnam. Yurakucho is Tokyo's political arena. I once saw a monk there pray for peace in Vietnam.
Así que he decidido volverme un bonzo. So I've decided to become a bonze.
Hoy, para lograr la paz, debe uno encontrar la fuerza para permanecer inmóvil, ...como un bonzo. Nowadays, to have some peace, you must find the strength to stay still like a bonze.
Mi tío el bonzo no lo sabe ni mis parientes tampoco. My uncle the priest doesn't know... ...nor does the rest of my family.
La suegra, la abuela, el tío bonzo, que no nos honrará con su presencia, y los primos y primas... The mother, the grandmother, her uncle the priest - who won't honour us by his presence - the cousins...
A pesar de su pobre aspecto, él era un bonzo famoso. Even if he does not look like it, he is a famous buddhist monk.
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