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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
Sido un pendón en la marina en los últimos quince años. Been an ensign in the navy for fifteen years.
12 Y levantará a pendón a las naciones, y congregará a los b desterrados de Israel, y c reunirá a los dispersos de Judá de los cuatro cabos de la tierra. 12 And he shall set up an a ensign for the nations, and shall assemble the b outcasts of Israel, and c gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth.
Ahora bésame hasta que el pendón aparezca. Now come kiss me till ho-bag shows up.
Ése es el pendón del Rey Rick, su padre. That's the standard of King Rikk, his father.
Quizás para algunas personas el pendón real no sea más que una bandera. Isn't it possible, that for some people... the Royal Standard, is just a flag...
Desde el impresionante Alcázar fue hasta la Iglesia de San Miguel portando el pendón de Castilla. She processed from the imposing Alcázar fortress to the church of San Miguel carrying the standard of Castile.
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