pendón translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=bandera)   banner, standard  
[+de forma triangular]  
2    *   (=vaga)   lazy woman  
(=mujer promiscua)  
tart **  , slut **  
3    MODISMOS ser un pendón      anticuado, *   to be an awkward customer *     
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
ser un pendón exp.
to be an awkward customer
[Dated] (MODISMOS)

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"pendón": examples and translations in context
El pendón colgado junto al árbol de Navidad con la invitación a que la guerrilla se desmovilice. The banner hung next to the Christmas tree, inviting the guerrilla to demobilize.
¡Sigue el pendón del rey hasta el centro! Follow the King's banner down the center!
Ahora bésame hasta que el pendón aparezca. Now come kiss me till ho bag shows up.
La que es pendón, lo es para siempre. Once a ho bag, always a ho bag.
Dice tía Margarita que tu padre es un pendón. Aunt Maggie says your father is a pennant.
Y aquí es donde debe estar el pendón. And this is where the banner belongs.
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