higo translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1      (Bot)   fig, green fig  
MODISMOS de higos a brevas      once in a blue moon  
MODISMOS estar hecho un higo      to be all crumpled up  
MODISMOS (no) me importa un higo      I couldn't care less  
MODISMOS ser un higo mustio      to be weakly  
  higo chumbo, higo de tuna   prickly pear  
  higo paso, higo seco   dried fig
2      (Vet)   thrush
3    ***   (=coño)   cunt ***  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
higo paso exp.
dried fig

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to be weakly
it's not worth a brass farthing
to be all crumpled up
I couldn't care less
once in a blue moon
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"higo": examples and translations in context
Usted quiere llevar una pandereta y poner hojas de higo en las estatuas. You want to carry a tambourine and put fig leaves on statues.
El higo es una fruta enigmática. The fig is a very secretive fruit.
No sabía que el pudin de higo fuera algo real. I didn't even know figgy pudding was a real thing.
¿Bastones de caramelo, galletas de jengibre, pudin de higo? Candy cane, gingerbread, figgy pudding?
Gritad, Maese Joliffe, y os abriré la nariz como un higo. Cry out, Master Joliffe, and I will open your nose like a fig.
-Su cabeza está podrida como un higo. - His mind has rotted like a fig.
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