excusado translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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excusado

  
a       adj  
1    (=innecesario)   unnecessary  
excusado es decir que ...      needless to say ...  
pensar en lo excusado      to think of something which is quite out of the question  
2    estar excusado de algo      to be exempt from sth  
b       sm  
anticuado   lavatory, comfort station   (EEUU)  , toilet
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estar excusado de algo exp.
to be exempt from sth

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
needless to say ...
exp.
to think of something which is quite out of the question
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'excusado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
el excusado
[Euph.]
exp.
se han excusado Gerry y Jane
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"excusado": examples and translations in context
Pero comienzo a asustarme de alejarme del excusado. But this is gettin' so I'm afraid to be away from the toilet.
Echaste su autoestima por el excusado. - her self-esteem is down the toilet now.
- Nunca toque esa cosa, Tengo pelo excusado. - Never touch the stuff, I'm excused hair.
Quedas excusado por la edad y la enfermedad. You are excused by age and illness.
Deja de sonreír y volver Al excusado exterior. Stop smiling and go back to the outhouse.
Al excusado exterior se llega por la puerta del frente. The outhouse is outside through the front door.
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