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a       adj  
1    (=senil)   doddering, senile
2    (=embelesado)   soft, doting, sentimental  
estar chocho por algn      to dote on sb, be soft on sb  
3      (Cono Sur)   (=contento)   delighted, pleased
b       excl     (CAm)  
*   no kidding! *  , really?
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
chocho          [2]      sm  
1    (=caramelo)   candy stick   chochos   (=golosinas)   sweets, candy    sing     (EEUU)     
  chochos de vieja   lupin seeds sold at street stalls, fairs etc for eating   lupin seeds sold at street stalls, fairs etc for eating  
2    ***   (=vulva)   pussy ***  
3    *   (=lío)   rumpus *  , shindy *  

Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  

estar chocho por v.
be soft on; dote on

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"chocho": examples and translations in context
Esta perra ni siquiera tiene chocho. Bitch ain't even got a pussy.
No te creerías cómo me come el chocho. You wouldn't believe how he eats my pussy.
Pino probablemente ha contratado a algún viejo chocho como cabeza de turco. Pino probably got some old fart to fall on the sword so the investors wouldn't sue.
Bueno, yo... puedo ser un viejo chocho a veces. Now, l... I can be an old fart sometimes.
Tendrías que estar más chocho para que no te gustara. You'd have to be even more senile than you are not to care for her.
No estoy tan chocho como crees. Not as senile as you think.
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