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pendón

  
      sm  
1    (=bandera)   banner, standard  
[+de forma triangular]  
pennant
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
La vara del tronco de Isaí (Cristo) juzgará con justicia-En el Milenio, el conocimiento de Dios cubrirá la tierra-El Señor levantará pendón a las naciones y recogerá a Israel-Compárese con Isaías 11. Stem of Jesse (Christ) shall judge in righteousness-The knowledge of God shall cover the earth in the Millennium-The Lord shall raise an ensign and gather Israel-Compare Isaiah 11.
10 Y en a aquel día habrá una b raíz de Isaí, la cual estará puesta por pendón c al pueblo; los d gentiles la buscarán, y su descanso será glorioso. 10 And in that day there shall be a a root of Jesse, which shall stand for an ensign of the people; to it shall the b Gentiles seek; and his c rest shall be glorious.
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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