petardo translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=cohete)   banger, firecracker  
small explosive device,   (Mil)   petard
2    *   (=lo que aburre)   bore, drag  
ser un petardo      to be dead boring *     
3    **   (=mujer fea)   hag **  , old hag **  
4    **   (=droga)   joint **  
5    *   (=estafa)   fraud, swindle  
pegar un petardo      pull a fast one  
  ( a      on)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

petardazo, petar, petacudo, peta

ser un petardo exp.
to be dead boring

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"petardo": examples and translations in context
Tienes un petardo en tus manos. You got a firecracker on your hands here.
Y sale naturalmente, como un petardo explosivo. And it just comes out naturally like a firecracker exploding.
Eso consigues por comprar un petardo barato. What you get for buying cheap firework.
Si alguien quisiera cometer un asesinato, nadie notaría la diferencia entre un disparo o un petardo. I mean, if somebody wanted to kill anybody, nobody would know if it was a gunshot or a firework.
Tuviste anoche aquí a las hermanas petardo You had the banger sisters over here last night.
- Si pones un petardo en la mano. - If you lay a banger in your hand.
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