mamelucos de niño translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1      (Hist)   Mameluke
2      (LAm)   (=mono)   overalls    pl            mamelucos de niño          rompers    pl  , romper suit
3      (LAm, Hist)   Brazilian mestizo, half-breed
4    *   (=idiota)   chump *  , idiot
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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as a child
that demon {o} little devil of a child
a sweet {o} cute little baby
what a lovely {o} beautiful child!
He's a classic example of a spoilt child
a practical joke typical of a small child
rich kid
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"mamelucos de niño": examples and translations in context
Muy experimentada con un mameluco de mecánico, también. Mighty handy with a monkey wrench too, I might add.
Él expulsó a los Mamelucos de Serbia y liberó al pueblo. He drove the Mamluks out of Serbia and freed the people.
"Saque su basura a diario con nuestro fresco mameluco de un solo uso" "Feed your garbage daily with our single-use freshness jumpsuits."
En la vista panorámica que ofrece el puerto oriental, circular, se encuentra, diametralmente opuesta a la Biblioteca e imperturbable, la antigua fortaleza de los mamelucos de Qaitbay, construida en 1480 sobre las ruinas del célebre faro de Alejandría. At the panoramic vista across the circular Eastern Port stands diametrically and serenely the old Mameluke Citadel of Qait Bey, built in 1480 on the site of the famous Pharos Lighthouse.
De niño, vi muchísima TV. As a child, I watched a great deal of television.
Hasta de niño tenia ese don... Even as a kid, I had this gift.
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