pincho translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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pincho

  
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1    (=punta)   point  
(=varilla)  
pointed stick, spike
2    [+de zarza, flor]   thorn, prickle  
[+de cactus, animal]  
spike, prickle
3    **   (=navaja)   knife
4      (Culin)   tapa  
un pincho de tortilla      a small portion of omelette  
  pincho moruno   kebab
5    ***   (=pene)   prick ***  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
un pincho de tortilla exp.
a small portion of omelette

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
we got a puncture
exp.
she pricked his arm with a pin
exp.
there were snacks and drinks and things
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'pincho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
se nos pinchó una rueda
exp.
se nos pinchó una rueda
exp.
un clavo pinchó el neumático
exp.
atravesó {or} pinchó una patata con el tenedor
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"pincho": examples and translations in context
Muy diferente de cuando le clavaste el pincho de pescado. Surely different from when poked by fish skewer.
Entonces, obviamente cientos han compartido un pincho. So, obviously hundreds must have shared one skewer.
Y yo me prepararé para el pincho moruno de palomo. And I'll get set to shish kebab that little squab.
Me vas a convertir en un pincho moruno. You're going to turn me into a Moorish kebab.
Hice un pincho y los ensarté. I made a thorn and I strang them together.
Realmente heriste a un policía con un pincho. You really did damage a cop with skewer.
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