chaparro translation | Spanish-English dictionary



, 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.
Es que los padres de tu mamá, pues querían lo mejor para su hija... ...y a mí no me querían porque fui chaparro. Well, your mother's parents wanted what was best for her... ...and they didn't like me for being short.
Soy chaparro, tengo una pequeña salchicha brazos y piernas de bebé, y mi cabeza mas muy grande para mi cuerpo. I'm short, I have tiny little baby arms and legs, and my head's too big for my body.
Seguro que... si yo fuera gordo y chaparro, no me hubiera hecho famoso. (Corona) Sure... if I was fat and low I would not have become so famous.
Ráscame las bolas y llámame chaparro. Scratch my nuts and call me shorty,
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