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nabo

  
      sm  
1      (Bot)   turnip  
(=raíz gruesa)  
root vegetable  
  nabo gallego   rape  
  nabo sueco   swede, rutabaga   (EEUU)  
2      (Anat)   root of the tail
3      (Arquit)   newel, stair post
4      (Náut)   mast
5    ***   (=pene)   prick ***  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
de chicha y nabo exp.
insignificant
(MODISMOS)

Entry related to:chicha

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to sow {o} plant a field with turnips
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'nabo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
1) el colinabo, 2) el nabo sueco
n.
nabo (de escalera de caracol u otras estructuras arquitectónicas)
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"nabo": examples and translations in context
Conseguiría más sangre de un nabo. You'll get more blood out of a turnip.
Bueno, tendrás que comer nabo con tostada. Well, it'll have to be turnip on toast. I've nothing else.
Una vez, en primaria, crucé un nabo y una patata, pero no tenía claro si debía llamarlo "nabata" o "patabo". Once, in grade school, I crossed a rutabaga and a potato, but I couldn't decide whether to call it a "rutatato" or a "potatobaga".
Porque su cabeza parece un nabo. 'Cause his head looks like a turnip.
Se ve como un nabo con pelos. He looks like a turnip with hair.
Defiendo a un psiquiatra que metió el nabo donde no debía. I advocate a psychiatrist that got the turnip where he should not.
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