covacha translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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covacha

  
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1    (=cueva)   small cave
2    (=vivienda)   hovel
3      (LAm)   (=trastera)   lumber room, storage space
4      (Andes)   (=puesto)   vegetable stall
5      (Caribe)   (=perrera)   kennel
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

covachuela, coracha, cacha, cocha

covacha nf.
small cave

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"covacha": examples and translations in context
Si eso no funciona hay una oscura y fría covacha donde te sentarás por unas horas y las ratas subirán a tu cara. If that didn't help, there was a dark and cold cubbyhole where you sat for a few hours until the rats started sniffing at your face.
¿Vara, aceite de ricino o la oscura covacha? Cane, castor oil or the dark cubbyhole?
Conozco mejor esta covacha que los obreros que la construyeron. I happen to know more about this joint than those grafters that built it.
Parece que va a esa covacha. Look like he going to the crib too.
Soy Nerón Claudio César Augusto Germánico, y no somos un pueblo covacha que va a apologéticamente ir río abajo. I am Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, and we are not some shanty town that's going to apologetically shuffle off downstream.
En esa covacha que vives, con esos cuadros de payasos en las paredes... That dump you live in, those clown pictures on the walls... I like them.
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