carroza translation | Spanish-English dictionary



a       sf  
1    (=vehículo)   [+de caballos]   coach, carriage  
[+de carnaval]  
  carroza fúnebre   hearse
2      (Náut)   awning
b       smf  
1    (=viejo)   old boy *  , old geezer **     
old girl *  
2    (=carca)   old fogey *  
c       adj inv  
1    (=viejo)   old
2    (=carca)  
es muy carroza      he's an old fogey *     
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
cierra la cabalgata la carroza de Santa Claus exp.
the last float in the procession is the one with Santa Claus

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
you can call me an old fuddy-duddy if you like, but not a fascist
he's an old fogey
'carroza' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
es un carca {or} un carroza {or} un momio
es un carca {or} un carroza {or} un momio
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"carroza": examples and translations in context
Era la carroza principal del desfile. It's always the lead float in the parade.
Y mira a quién han puesto en la carroza. And look who they've got on the float.
Llevando la carroza de ida y vuelta entre este mundo y el mas allá . Taking the carriage back and forth between this world and hereafter.
Disculpa, pero debes elegir el caballo y la carroza. Sorry, it's the horse and carriage.
Les tomará tres días llegar en carroza desde Coburgo. It will take them 3 days to arrive by coach from Coburg. Dashy.
Ahí vienen en su carroza de calabaza. Here they come in their pumpkin coach.
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