pajita translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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pajita

  
      sf   (drinking) straw  
MODISMOS quedarse mascando pajita        (Caribe)  
*   to be left feeling foolish  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

peajista, paja, partija, pata

pajita nf.
straw

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to be left feeling foolish
[Latam] Caribe;(MODISMOS)
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'pajita' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
beber con pajita
"pajita": examples and translations in context
Vi una pajita saliendo de su cabeza. I saw a straw coming from your head.
Tiene que orinar por una pajita. He has to pee through a straw.
Pues allá fuera están jugando a quién saca la pajita más corta. You wouldn't get far. It's worse out there, they draw straws.
Los caballeros cogen una pajita, Lord Stark. All the knights draw straws, Lord Stark.
-Tengo una pajita en un diente. -Got hay in my teeth.
-Tengo una pajita en un diente. - I got hay in my teeth.
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