chocho translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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chocho         

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1]  
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  
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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  

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to dote on sb
exp.
be soft on sb
***
'chocho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
estar chocho
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"chocho": examples and translations in context
Sabes que te quiero, pero hueles a chocho de sardina. You know I love you, but you smell like a sardine's twat.
No me importa si el viento te lo hizo volar del chocho. I don't care if the wind blew it out of your twat.
Es viuda profesional toda chocho, culo y tetas. She's a professional widow, all cunt and arse and thrusting tits.
¡Cante para este asqueroso viejo chocho! Si ng for this filthy dotard!
Chupaste ese caramelo del chocho de esa bailarina. You ate that lollipop out of that stripper's snatch.
Sólo soy un viejo chocho sin motivo para vivir. I'm just a fat old fart with nothing to live for.
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