churro translation | Spanish-English dictionary



a       adj  
b       sm  
1      (Culin)   flour fritter eaten with coffee or hot chocolate   flour fritter eaten with coffee or hot chocolate  
MODISMOS venderse como churros      to sell like hot cakes  
2    *   (=chapuza)   botch, mess  
el dibujo ha salido hecho un churro      the sketch came out all wrong  
3    *   (=suerte)   fluke
4      (Andes, Cono Sur)  
*   attractive person, dish *  
5    ***   (=pene)   prick ***  
6      (Méx)  
*   bad film  
Churros, long fritters made with flour and water, are popular in much of Spain and are often eaten with thick hot chocolate either for breakfast or as a snack. In Madrid, they eat a thicker variety of churro called a porra.  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

churo, churrero, Curro, churre

mojar el churro exp.
to dip one's wick
[Vulg.] (MODISMOS)

Entry related to:mojar

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
the sketch came out all wrong
to sell like hot cakes
'churro' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
le salió un buen churro
"churro": examples and translations in context
A la de tres, desenvainen su churro. On the count of three, unsheathe your churro.
¡Turk, mira el tamaño de este churro! Turk, look at the size of this churro!
Fumó un churro, ¿sabes? Smoked a joint, you know?
Incluso una dósis comparable a un "churro", y cantidades análogas a eso del ingrediente activo THC en el plasma, pueden matar 50% de las neuronas en el hipocampo (un área relacionada con la memoria) en un plazo de 6 días. Even a dose comparable to one joint, and analogous levels of the active THC ingredient to that in plasma, can kill 50% of neurons in the hippocampus (an area related to memory) within 6 days.
Amiga, ese Pedro es un churro. My God, this guy Pedro's gorgeous.
En 8 años no he mojado el churro. Eight years I ain't busted a nut.
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