panocho translation | Spanish-English dictionary



, a  
a       adj   of/from Murcia
b       sm/f   native/inhabitant of Murcia  
los panochos      the Murcians, the people of Murcia  
c       sm     (Ling)   Murcian dialect
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

panocha, pancho, paño, pocho

panocho nm.
inhabitant of Murcia

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the Murcians
the people of Murcia
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"panocho": examples and translations in context
Dicen que allí hay unos bichos que se meten en la panocha. I hear they have these bugs there, called chiggers, that sleep in your puss.
Hazme caso, aléjate de la panocha, amigo Take my advice, stay away from the goal end, mate. Yeah?
- ¿Sabes adónde llevan a la panocha? Do you really know where they are taking that woman?
Dentro del marco del ciclo libre: Música de la época de Kafka se presentarán obras de Leoš Janáček, Bohuslav Martinů y Gideon Klein interperatadas por el Cuarteto Panocha. Compositions by Leoš Janáèek, Bohuslav Martinů and Gideon Klein performed by the Panocha Quartet will be played in a free cycle Music of Kafka's Time.
Le metló su pluma en la panocha Stuck his feather I n her cooch
¿Por qué dijiste "panocha"? - ¿Panocha de alto nivel? Yeah. Why did you say "trim"? "Trim"?
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