excusado translation English | 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
"excusado": examples and translations in context
Alguien te llama desde el excusado. Somebody's calling your name from the toilet.
Probablemente muy ocupado bebiendo del excusado. Probably too busy drinking from the toilet.
Quedas excusado por la edad y la enfermedad. You are excused by age and illness.
- Nunca toque esa cosa, Tengo pelo excusado. - Never touch the stuff, I'm excused hair.
Deja de sonreír y volver Al excusado exterior. Stop smiling and go back to the outhouse.
¡Tú no podrías construir ni siquiera un excusado! You couldn't even build an outhouse!
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