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pendejada

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

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n.
pendejada
exp.
¡deja de hacer pendejadas!
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"pendejada": examples and translations in context
Cando saliste con esa pendejada del fuego, When you came in with that fire bullshit,
No dejes que te engañen con esa pendejada. Do not let them sucker you in to that bullshit.
Debería disparate ahora mismo por decirme tal pendejada. I should shoot you right now for even saying some shit like that to me.
La representación es una pendejada, hijo de... That Colloquium is bullshit, you son of a...
Por Dios, la misma pendejada de Suzy. Oh my God, the same suzy bullshit, bro.
Eso es una pendejada, papa, y tu lo sabes. That's bullshit, Dad, and you know it.
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