chaparro translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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chaparro

, a  
a       adj  
1    (=rechoncho)   squat
2      (esp LAm)   (=bajito)   short
b       sm   dwarf oak, kermes oak
c       sm/f  
1    (=persona)   short chubby person
2      (Méx)   child, kid *  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"chaparro": examples and translations in context
Eres como tu madre - ...chaparro e inútil. You're just like your mother - short and useless.
Sin querer ofender, tú eres muy chaparro y no me gustan los bajitos. No offense, but you're too short and I don't like short men.
Ráscame las bolas y llámame chaparro. Scratch my nuts and call me shorty,
Y por eso ¿cuántos años son, Chaparro? How many years for that, Shorty?
Eres más chaparro en la vida real. You know, you're shorter in real life.
Un par de pulgadas más chaparro y se hubiese enrolado en el circo. Couple of inches shorter and he'd have wound up in the circus.
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