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ha ido a cambiarle los pañales al niño exp.
she's gone to change the baby's nappy

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
this has left the competition way behind
(MODISMOS)
nm.
toddler
nf.
toddler
exp.
of humble origins
(MODISMOS)
nm.
toddler
v.
be still in its infancy; be still wet behind the ears
(MODISMOS)
v.
to be born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
exp.
to be born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
(MODISMOS)
exp.
when it comes to computing, I'm still a little wet behind the ears
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'pañales' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
los pañales
exp.
pon los pañales sucios a remojo
adj.
criado en buenos pañales
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pañal

  
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1    [+de bebé]   nappy, diaper   (EEUU)     
MODISMOS estar todavía en pañales      [persona]   to be still wet behind the ears  
[ciencia, técnica]   to be still in its infancy  
yo de informática estoy todavía en pañales      when it comes to computing, I'm still a little wet behind the ears  
MODISMOS esto ha dejado en pañales a los rivales      this has left the competition way behind  
  pañal desechable   disposable nappy
2    [+de camisa]   shirt-tail
3    pañales          (=canastilla)   baby clothes  
MODISMOS criarse en buenos pañales      to be born with a silver spoon in one's mouth  
MODISMOS de humildes pañales      of humble origins  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"pañales": examples and translations in context
Odiaría tener que cambiarle los pañales. I'd hate to have to change your diaper.
Deberías llevar pañales, no vestidos. You should be wearing a diaper, not a dress.
Tengo las manos agrietadas de retorcer pañales. My hands are splitting open from forever wringing nappies.
Tuvo que llevar pañales al final. 50 She had to wear nappies at the end.
Porque debe haber gente rusa en pañales. Because there must be a Russian people in swaddling clothes.
Es un bebé en pañales y sólo ahora está comenzando a sentir. It's a baby in swaddling clothes that are only now beginning to be felt.
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