pajarito translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1      (Orn)   (=cría)   baby bird, fledgling  
hum   birdie
2    (=persona)   very small person  
MODISMOS me lo dijo un pajarito      a little bird told me  
MODISMOS quedarse como un pajarito      to die peacefully  
3      (Caribe)   (=bichito)   bug, insect
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
quedarse como un pajarito exp.
to die peacefully

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
a little bird told me
'pajarito' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
¡mira el pajarito!
[Art] Phot
me contó un pajarito
me lo dijo un pajarito
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"pajarito": examples and translations in context
Un pajarito me contó que no te encantan las alturas. A little bird told me You're not crazy about heights.
Parece que nuestro pajarito ha vuelto al gallinero. Well. It seems our little bird is indeed... coming home to roost.
Cuando diga pajarito, aprietas el botón. When I say birdie, press on the button.
De hecho, fue una pequeña mamá pajarito. Actually, it was a little birdie's mother.
Es como si estuviera alimentando un pajarito. It's like he's feeding a baby bird.
Adelante, es hora de volar, pajarito. Go on, it's time to fly, baby bird.
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