cogida translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1      (Taur)   (=cornada)   goring  
sufrir una cogida      to be gored  
2      (Agr)   (=cosecha)   harvest,   (Pesca)   catch  

[+de moras, fresas]  
picking, gathering  
[+de cereales]  
3      (LAm)  
***   screw ***  , fuck ***  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

cogienda, cogido, coda, comida

sufrir una cogida exp.
to be gored

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"cogida": examples and translations in context
Este frasco de pastillas fue cogida del armario de venenos. This bottle of tablets was taken from the poison cupboard.
Y recuerda que "Presidente del Mundo convoca a los padres... para una misión súper-secreta" ya está cogida. Okay, Robin, what would you do, and remember, "President of the World called parents away for a super-secret space mission" has already been taken.
- Una cogida cochina en la mesa de café. - One caught filthy in the table of coffee.
Esta es un alma humilde cogida en el umbral de la iluminación. This is a humble soul caught at the threshold of enlightenment.
Ya voy cogida de tu mano... no esperarás que me crezcan alas para que vuele. I'm just holding your hands, don't expect me to grow wings and fly.
Ese mismo día, terroristas palestinos que fingían ser una pareja cogida de la mano, abrieron fuego contra soldados de las Fuerzas de Defensa de Israel en el cruce de Erez. Later in the day, Palestinian terrorists disguised as a couple holding hands opened fire on IDF soldiers at the Erez Crossing.
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