mendigo translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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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

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he took pity on the beggar
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'mendigo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el mendigo
"mendigo": examples and translations in context
Usted ni siquiera arrestó al viejo mendigo. You didn't even arrest the old beggar.
Yo soy mas mentiroso que el mendigo. I'm a bigger liar than the beggar.
Era el mendigo afuera de mi departamento. He was the homeless guy outside my apartment.
Quizá este mendigo fue el ladrón todo el tiempo. Maybe this homeless guy was the thief all along.
Me daba vergüenza aquel mendigo viejo y miserable. I was ashamed of that miserable, old tramp.
Se no fuera por mi, vivirías como un mendigo. If it wasn't for me, you'd live like a tramp.
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