mendiga translation | Spanish-English dictionary

mendiga nf.
beggar

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

mendigar, menda, mendigo, media

"mendiga": examples and translations in context
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...
El le enseña su dinero como si fuera una mendiga. He flashes his money at her as if she were a beggar.
Al mirarte todos deben estar pensando... que tu marido mendiga en la calle. Everyone must be thinking looking at you... that why isn't her husband begging on the streets.
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.
Henry mendiga y Jack saluda con su cabeza hueca. Henry begs and Jack salutes to his empty head.
Y quien era Señor de una ciudad mendiga en el arroyo. He who was the master of a city begs in the gutter.
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