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mendiga nf.
beggar

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'mendiga' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
la mendiga
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mendigar, menda, mendigo, media

"mendiga": examples and translations in context
El le enseña su dinero como si fuera una mendiga. He flashes his money at her as if she were a beggar.
Y esta mendiga que fue a tu casa vestida como una reina... And this beggar who came to your house dressed as a queen...
¿Luzco como algún tipo de mendiga? Do I look like some kind of beggar?
Vuestra vida depende de una mendiga que vende manzanas... y este canalla supersticioso... Your life depends on a beggar's apples, and this superstitious heel...
Una mujer haciéndose pasar por mendiga, robando a los turistas. A woman posing as a beggar, stealing from tourists.
La ladrona mendiga ha vuelto a atacar en el mercado. The beggar thief struck in the market again.
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