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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.
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...
Es como si alguien echase chardonnay sobre una mendiga. que ha estado muerto durante varios días. It's like somebody poured chardonnay on a homeless woman who'd been dead several days.
No eres ninguna mendiga, amor mío. You're no beggar, my love.
Yo soy la mendiga, Moisés, suplicándote que me abraces. I'm the beggar, Moses, begging you to hold me in your arms.
No soy una mendiga, David. I am not a beggar, David.
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