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mendigo

, a  
a       sm/f   beggar
b       adj     (Méx)  
*   (=cobarde)   yellow *  , yellow-bellied *  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

medio, mendigar, mendrugo, menudo

un mendigo le pidió la voluntad exp.
a beggar asked him if he could spare some money

Entry related to:voluntad

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he took pity on the beggar
***
'mendigo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el mendigo
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"mendigo": examples and translations in context
Lo recogí cuando era un mendigo. I picked him up when he was a beggar.
Hay un mendigo en cada esquina. There's a beggar on every street corner.
Ella enloqueció para huir con este mendigo. She has gone mad to elope with his pauper.
Una relación ha convertido en mendigo a Vijay Kapoor. A relationship made a pauper out of Vijay Kapoor.
Se no fuera por mi, vivirías como un mendigo. If it wasn't for me, you'd live like a tramp.
Cristo fue un mendigo, y sus santos apóstoles eran mendigos. Christ was a beggar, And his holy apostles were beggars.
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