perico translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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perico

  
      sm  
1      (Orn)   parakeet
2      (Bot)   giant asparagus
3    **   (=droga)   snow **  , cocaine
4      (Colombia)   (=café)   white coffee
5    (=peluca)   wig, toupé
6    *   (=orinal)   chamberpot
7    **   (=puta)   tart *  , slut **  
8    (huevos) pericos        (Andes, Caribe)   scrambled eggs with fried onions   scrambled eggs with fried onions  


Perico         sm  
  (forma familiar)   

     Pedro   
MODISMOS Perico el de los palotes        (Esp)   Mister So-and-So  
MODISMOS ser Perico entre ellas      to be a ladies' man  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
ser Perico entre ellas exp.
to be a ladies' man
(MODISMOS)

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"perico": examples and translations in context
Tienes cara de que se murió tu perico. Ivan, you look like your parrot died.
Esto es lo que yo llamo un perico muerto. That's what I call a dead parrot.
No dije que había algo malo con perico. I didn't say anything was wrong with parakeet.
Si quieres un perico, está bien conmigo. You want a parakeet, it's okay with me.
Te dai cuenta Perico, no es un chileno cualquiera escribieron de él en Francia. See Perico, he's notjust any Chilean; they wrote about him in France.
Perico, en las noticias de la televisión dijeron que estaba lloviendo... Perico, the news say it's raining...
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