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1      (Mec)   [+de fusil]   butt  
[+de cañón]  
[+de cilindro]  
2      (Zool)   haunch, hindquarters
3    (=parte trasera)   rear, back
4      (Cono Sur)   (=cobertizo)   hut, shelter
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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culatazo, culada, cuarta, cubata

le salió el tiro por la culata exp.
it backfired on him

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'culata' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
le salió el tiro por la culata
le salió el tiro por la culata
te salió el tiro por la culata
le salió el tiro por la culata
les salió el tiro por la culata
el arma que se carga por la culata
con esas acusaciones le podría salir el tiro por la culata
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"culata": examples and translations in context
Cuenta con una culata plegable, lo que hace más fácil el salto. That means it has a folding stock, which makes it easier to jump with.
Miren esta culata que Ruby tiene en su 30-30. I want you to see this stock Ruby's got on her thirty.
- Prueba la culata... gordinflón. - Try the cylinder head... tubby.
Ese tipo me trajo una culata rota en esa caja, para repararla. This fellow brought a busted cylinder head in here in that box, to be fixed.
No hasta que la segunda munición se mete en la culata. Not until the second round goes into the breech.
Las marcas de la culata pueden unir el casquillo al arma que lo disparó. Breech marks can tie the casing back to the gun that fired it.
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