caño translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=tubo)   tube, pipe,   (Mús)   pipe  
[+de fuente]  
jet, spout,   (Arquit)   gutter  
drain, (open) sewer     (Andes)   (=grifo)   tap, faucet   (EEUU)  
2      (Min)   gallery
3    (=bodega)   wine cellar
4      (Náut)   navigation channel, deep channel     (Andes, Caribe)   (=río)   narrow navigable river  

cano         adj  
1    [pelo, barba]   (=gris)   grey, gray   (EEUU)     
una mujer de pelo cano      a grey-haired o   (EEUU)   gray-haired o white-haired woman  
2    [persona]   (=con pelo gris)   grey-haired, gray-haired   (EEUU)     
(=con pelo blanco)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

cano, canon, canoa, canco

la moneda fue rodando por el caño exp.
the coin rolled down to the drain

Entry related to:rodar

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
a grey-haired {o} gray-haired {o} white-haired woman
'caño' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
de pelo cano
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"caño": examples and translations in context
Y no tenemos monstruosidades, como aquel caño. And we don't have monstrosities, like that pipe.
Entonces, le llevaremos el caño a ellos. Then we shall bring the pipe to them.
Va a trabajar ese caño como inmigrante rusa. Work that pole like a Russian immigrant.
Pago mis estudios bailando en el caño. I put myself through college by pole dancin'.
80 horas a la semana lanzadas por el caño. 80 hours a week... poured down the drain.
Pude haber destapado un caño con eso. All I know is I could have opened a drain with the stuff.
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