loca translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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loca

  
      sf  
1    **   (=homosexual)   queen **     
es una loca      he's a real queen **     
2      (Cono Sur)  
**   (=prostituta)   whore
3    MODISMOS darle la loca a algn        (Cono Sur)   to get cross, get into a temper  
    loco  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
está loca por ti exp.
she's crazy about you

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
get into a temper
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
exp.
to get cross
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
exp.
she's crazy about her new motorbike
exp.
she's mad keen to go to England
exp.
he's a real queen
exp.
I'm in a tremendous {o} real rush
exp.
she's clean crazy
exp.
I've been fantastically lucky
nf.
mad cow disease
exp.
I can't wait to see you
exp.
I'm dying to see you
nm.
mad cow disease
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'loca' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
anda loca por él
exp.
estaba loca de inquietud
exp.
la multitud se puso loca de entusiasmo
exp.
no se vuelve loca por los perros
exp.
debo de estar loca para trabajar en este sitio {or} lugar
exp.
Se volvió loca
exp.
me vuelve loca
exp.
eso me pone mala ; me pone los pelos de punta ; me vuelve loca
Ex.: He is forever watching TV. It drives my sister mad.
exp.
quinceañeras locas por los caballitos
exp.
tiene unas ganas locas de ir
"loca": examples and translations in context
Esa anciana se está volviendo loca. Th-That old woman is getting crazy.
Siempre ha estado loca por Rome. She's always been crazy about Rome.
Pero haciéndolo también puedes volverte loca. But doing it can make you mad too.
Toda el agua loca para mí. All the mad waters for me.
Se volvió loca y fue internada. She went insane and was hospitalized.
Mi hermano trató de volverme loca. My brother tried to drive me insane.
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