gorra translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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gorra

  
a       sf  
1      (para la cabeza, gen)    cap  
[+de bebé]  
bonnet,   (Mil)   bearskin, busby  
MODISMOS pasar la gorra      to pass the hat round  
MODISMOS pegar la gorra      *   to be unfaithful  
  gorra de montar   riding cap  
  gorra de paño   cloth cap  
  gorra de punto   knitted cap  
  gorra de visera   peaked cap  
  gorra de yate   yachting cap
2    MODISMOS de gorra      *   una comida de gorra      a free meal  
andar o ir o vivir de gorra      to sponge *  , scrounge *     
comer de gorra      to scrounge a meal *     
entrar de gorra      to get in free  
sacar algo de gorra      to scrounge sth *     
me vino de gorra        (CAm)  
*   it was a stroke of luck, it came out of the blue  
b       smf  
*   (=gorrón)   sponger *  , cadger *  , parasite
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
gorra de marinero exp.
sailor's cap

Entry related to:marinero

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he put {o} pulled his hat on and left
exp.
you've put your cap on back to front
v.
to sponge ; to scrounge
[Slang]
exp.
to scrounge a meal
v.
to sponge ; to scrounge
[Slang]
v.
to sponge ; to scrounge
[Slang]
exp.
to get in free
exp.
to be unfaithful
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to pass the hat round
(MODISMOS)
exp.
it was a stroke of luck
[Latam] Cam
exp.
it came out of the blue
[Latam] Cam
exp.
a free meal
exp.
to scrounge sth
***
'gorra' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
con la gorra
(IDIOMS)
exp.
gorra de visera
exp.
colarse de gorra en una discoteca
exp.
vivir de gorra
(IDIOMS)
exp.
pasar la gorra
exp.
me sacó 15 libras de gorra
exp.
ir sacando (algo) de gorra
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