carroza translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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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

Entry related to:cerrar

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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
Propongo que las Monarcas vengan en la carroza con nosotras. I propose that the Monarchs come on the float with us.
Si voy en la primera carroza y me salgo a las cuatro. If I'm on the first float and I'm out by 4:00.
Que preparen una carroza inmediatamente, Catalina. Have them prepare a carriage at once, Catalina.
Hay una carroza esperándoos con la guardia. There is a carriage waiting for you with the guard.
Pero yo veo a un mensajero, quizás una carroza. I see a messenger... maybe a chariot.
Ese Rajadi Rambhai ha sido asesinado en su propia carroza. That Rajadi Rambhai has been killed on his own chariot.
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