mascota translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    [+de club, acontecimiento]   mascot
2    (=animal doméstico)   pet
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

masato, masoca, machota, mascado

pato mascota n.
pet duck

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'mascota' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
tener una mascota te ata
tener algo como animal doméstico {or} mascota
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"mascota": examples and translations in context
Si tuviera mascota, estaría muerta. If I had a pet, it would be dead.
Les parece chic tener un delfín como mascota. They think it's chic to have a dolphin for a pet.
Supongo que le llamaría nuestra mascota. Our mascot, I guess you'd call him.
Entonces su mascota es un loro. So, you know, their mascot's a parrot.
Siempre hay una mascota atrapada en un coche en esas películas. There's always this puppy trapped in a car in those movies.
Sabía que Viktor se equivocaba teniéndote de mascota. I knew Viktor made a mistake by keeping you as a pet.
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