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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
Porque su cabeza parece un nabo. 'Cause his head looks like a turnip.
Conseguiría más sangre de un nabo. You'll get more blood out of a turnip.
Me preguntas a mí, pequeño cerebro de nabo, Question me, you little rutabaga brain,
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".
Bueno, tendrás que comer nabo con tostada. Well, it'll have to be turnip on toast. I've nothing else.
No se puede sacar espinaca de un nabo. You can't get spinach out of a turnip.
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