mendiga translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

mendiga nf.
beggar

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'mendiga' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
la mendiga
See also:

mendigar, menda, mendigo, media

"mendiga": examples and translations in context
El príncipe y la doncella mendiga. The prince and the beggar maid.
Mi madre era hermosa como la niña mendiga. My mother was beautiful like the beggar girl.
Y que me hace mendiga me hace suplicar And that makes me begging makes me beg
No se ve ni la mitad de hermosa con la careta de mendiga puesta. You don't look half so pretty with your begging face on.
Vestida como vampiresa o como una mendiga de Pamplona, Dressed like a vamp or a Pamplona tramp,
Mi hermana no ha vuelto a ser la misma desde que le regaló su capa a una mendiga en el camino. My sister hasn't been the same since she gave a perfectly good cape to that tramp on the lane.
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