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nabo

  
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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.
Podía haber también un gran nabo. It may also have contained a big turnip.
Y hoy comimos sopa de nabo para el cuar... Dear mum, you've been dead for sixteen days and today we had turnip soup for the fourth...
Vete antes de que te desenrosque la cabeza como un nabo. Get out of here before I twist your head off like a turnip.
Uno de mis hombres atrapo a este campesino robando nabo del jardín del castillo. One of my soldiers caught this peasant stealing a turnip from the castle garden.
Yo puedo cuidar de cabeza de nabo un rato. I can take care of Turnip head for a while.
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