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cagón

, ona  
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a       adj  
1        cagado  
2    [bebé]  
ser cagón      to keep dirtying one's nappies  
b       sm/f  
1    (=cobarde)   wimp *  
2    (=bebé)  
ser un cagón      to keep dirtying one's nappies  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

cagajón, cangro, cajón, camón

ser cagón exp.
to keep dirtying one's nappies

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to keep dirtying one's nappies
"cagón": examples and translations in context
Mira al cagón que aún usa pañales. Look at the wimp who still wears diapers.
Pero, si es mi amiguito, el cagón! But, it's my friend, the wimp!
Es mejor tener fama de ladrón que de cagón. You better have a reputation for being a robber than a coward.
- escúcheme... yo podré ser un cagón, pero coimero, no. - Listen. I may be a coward, but I don't take bribes.
Te seguiré a donde sea, cagón. JOKER: I'll follow you anywhere, scumbag.
- ¡Sr., no puedo evitarlo, Sr.! - ¡Arrodíllate, cagón! -Sir, I can't help it, sir! -Get on your knees, scumbag!
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