pajarón translation | Spanish-English dictionary



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*     (Cono Sur)  
a       adj   vague, ineffectual, stupid
b       sm/f  
1    (=poco fiable)   untrustworthy sort  
unbusinesslike person
2    (=charro)   flashily dressed person
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

pájaro, pajar, pajón, parón

pajarón adj.

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"pajarón": examples and translations in context
Ya se está volviendo un poquito pajarón. Oh, he's getting a little cocky.
No digas "poquito" y "pajarón" cuando se trata de mí. Don't say "little" and "cocky" in the same sentence when it comes to me.
Vienes aquí, orgulloso como un pavo real... ...porque un viejo pajarón quiere pintar un cuadro de ti. You walk in here proud as a peacock... 'cause some old coot wants to paint your picture.
Combo de "Sopa de Sidewinder" y ensalada para el pajarón. Sidewinder soup and salad combo goes to big bird.
No, ¿pero de veras crees que soy un pajarón? No, but you really think I'm too cocky?
Los afluentes más importantes del Embalse de Bembézar son el Nevalo y Benajarafe y los arroyos de la Baja, Guazalema, Pajarón y Calderas. The most important tributaries of the Bembezar Reservoir are the Nevalo and Benajarafe and the streams of the Baja, Guazalema, Pajaron and Calderas.
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