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mendigo

, a  
a       sm/f   beggar
b       adj     (Méx)  
*   (=cobarde)   yellow *  , yellow-bellied *  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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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
Es el mendigo que vimos en Honolulú. Why, that's the beggar we saw in Honolulu, Mr. Chan.
Aléjate de mí, pequeño mendigo. Get away from me, you little beggar.
Ella enloqueció para huir con este mendigo. She has gone mad to elope with his pauper.
Señores de la izquierda, Polanco convierte a Berlusconi en un mendigo. Ladies and gentlemen of the left, Polanco makes Berlusconi look like a pauper.
Ésa que tenía en la muñeca el mendigo. The one on the homeless guy's wrist.
Y paró al lado de un mendigo. And he came to a stop next to this homeless guy.
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