pendejada translation | Spanish-English dictionary



*      sf     (LAm)  
1    (=tontería)   foolish thing
2    (=acto cobarde)   cowardly act
3    (=molestia)   curse, nuisance
4    (=cualidad)   [+de necio]   foolishness, stupidity  
[+del cobarde]  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
pendejada n.
stupid thing ; nonsense

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'pendejada' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
¡deja de hacer pendejadas!
"pendejada": examples and translations in context
Ves, voy a acabar esta pendejada See, I'm gonna nail this [bleep]
Yo no sé por qué se me ocurrió esa pendejada, pero hubieras visto... su carita, estaba tan feliz. A silly thing to say, I know, but you should have seen... his happy little face.
Suzuki nunca haría una pendejada de esas. Suzuki would never do such a stupid thing.
Si haces otra pendejada como ésta, irás al calabozo en una ambulancia. You pull another suckhead play like that... ...the only thing that will beat you to the brig is an ambulance.
La muerte de la pendejada, la muerte del chisme y del voyerismo. The death of bitchiness, the death of gossip and voyeurism.
Este imbécil es policía, ¿qué pendejada es esta? This guy is a cop. I know him. What's going on here?
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