pendejo translation | Spanish-English dictionary



, a  
a       adj  
1      (LAm)   (=imbécil)   idiotic  
cowardly, yellow *  
2      (Andes)   (=listo)   smart  
3      (Caribe, Méx)   (=torpe)   ham-fisted
b       sm/f  
1      (LAm)   (=imbécil)   fool, idiot  
2      (Cono Sur)   (=muchacho)   kid *     
c       sm  
[+del pubis]  
pubic hair, pube **  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
'pendejo' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
pendejo (-a)
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"pendejo": examples and translations in context
El pendejo me engañaba casi desde el principio. Asshole was screwing around on me almost from the beginning.
Pues, creo que es un pendejo. Yeah? I still think he's an asshole.
- Estoy siendo un pendejo contigo. - I'm bein' a prick to you.
Dame la hamburguesa, no seas pendejo. Give me my sandwich and stop bein' a prick.
Oye, pendejo, ésta es mi hora del almuerzo. Oye, pendejo, this is my lunch hour.
Bien, no van a ir a misa, pendejo. Well, they ain't gonna be going to Mass, pendejo.
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