carroza translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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carroza

  
a       sf  
1    (=vehículo)   [+de caballos]   coach, carriage  
[+de carnaval]  
float  
  carroza fúnebre   hearse
2      (Náut)   awning
b       smf  
1    (=viejo)   old boy *  , old geezer **     
(=vieja)  
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

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
you can call me an old fuddy-duddy if you like, but not a fascist
exp.
he's an old fogey
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'carroza' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
carroza
exp.
es un carca {or} un carroza {or} un momio
exp.
es un carca {or} un carroza {or} un momio
"carroza": examples and translations in context
Era la carroza principal del desfile. It's always the lead float in the parade.
Aquí viene la carroza de educación especial. No. There's the special needs float.
Ahora, respecto a la boda... Uds. llegarán en una carroza de caballos. Now, about the wedding... the two of you are going to arrive in a horse and carriage.
Además, no querrás bajar de la carroza. Besides, you do not want to get out of this 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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