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pendejo

, a  
*  
a       adj  
1      (LAm)   (=imbécil)   idiotic  
(=cobarde)  
cowardly, yellow *  
2      (Andes)   (=listo)   smart  
(=taimado)  
cunning
3      (Caribe, Méx)   (=torpe)   ham-fisted
b       sm/f  
1      (LAm)   (=imbécil)   fool, idiot  
(=cobarde)  
coward
2      (Cono Sur)   (=muchacho)   kid *     
(=sabelotodo)  
know-all
c       sm  
[+del pubis]  
pubic hair, pube **  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
'pendejo' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
pendejo (-a)
[Arg.]
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"pendejo": examples and translations in context
Probablemente defenderé al pendejo que me colgó. I'll probably defend the asshole who hung me.
Gracias por venir anoche, pendejo. Thanks for coming over last night, asshole.
Tampoco quise llamarte pinche pendejo cuando lo hice. I didn't mean it when I called you a pinche pendejo either.
Ese pendejo le rompió el cuello a Julio. That pendejo broke Julio's neck.
Déjate de mostrar la lengua, pendejo. Stop poking out your tongue, prick.
Creí que iba a ser un pendejo. I thought he was gonna be a prick.
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