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caramba

  
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  (indicando sorpresa)   
good gracious!  ,   (indicando extrañeza)    how strange!,   (indicando protesta)    for crying out loud!
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'caramba' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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"caramba": examples and translations in context
Mi mayor trabajo en estas reuniones es evitar que digan "caramba" demasiadas veces. My biggest job in these meetings... is to keep them from saying "golly" too many times.
Los finlandeses podrán ser un poquito aburridos, depresivos y tener altas tasas de suicidio, pero caramba que están cualificados. The Finns May be a bit boring and depressive and there's a very high suicide rate, but by golly, they are qualified.
Y caramba, sí que tenía suerte con las mujeres. And boy, did he have a way with the ladies.
Y caramba que tenía arrastre con las mujeres. And boy, did he have a way with the ladies.
Bien, caramba, es un festejo doble, ¿verdad? Well, blimey, this is a double celebration, isn't it?
Los finlandeses podrán ser un poquito aburridos, depresivos y tener altas tasas de suicidio, pero caramba que están cualificados. The Finns may be a bit boring and depressive and there's a very high suicide rate, but by golly, they are qualified.
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