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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
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.
¿Y yo? - ¡Cállate, mendiga! What about me? - Shut up, bag lady!
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.
La mendiga ladrona acaba de robar otro bolso. The beggar thief just stole another purse.
Es la ladrona mendiga, señor. He's the beggar thief, sir.
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