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palabrota  

      sf   swearword
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
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he let fly a couple of obscenities
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he came out with a couple of rude words
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don't swear {o} curse, don't be so foul-mouthed {o} crude
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'palabrota' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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palabrota
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la palabrota
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la palabrota
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la palabrota
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palabrotas
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dijo una palabrota en voz baja
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susurró una palabrota
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ha dicho una palabrota
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"comunismo" se ha convertido casi en una palabrota
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soltar palabrotas
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"palabrota": examples and translations in context
Capitalismo era una palabrota para nosotros en el 71. Capitalism was a dirty word for us in '71.
Sólo una palabrota o dos aquí o allá. Just a dirty word or two here or there.
'preferiblemente con alguna palabrota en el titulo. 'preferably with a swearword in the title.
Han escuchado cada palabrota que hemos dicho. They've heard every swearword we've ever spoken.
Mamá te debe un dólar por su palabrota. Mommy owes us a dollar for her bad word.
¿Dónde un niño bueno como tú aprendió una palabrota como ésa? Where did a nice little boy like you learn such a bad word like that?
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