pincho translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=punta)   point  
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
we got a puncture
she pricked his arm with a pin
there were snacks and drinks and things
'pincho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
se nos pinchó una rueda
se nos pinchó una rueda
un clavo pinchó el neumático
atravesó {or} pinchó una patata con el tenedor
"pincho": examples and translations in context
Como una hoja de papel en un pincho de mensajes. Like a piece of paper on a message spike.
Nuestro viejo amigo con un pincho de seis pulgadas en su cráneo. Our old friend with a six-inch spike in his skull.
Entonces, obviamente cientos han compartido un pincho. So, obviously hundreds must have shared one skewer.
Es como si me clavaran un pincho. It is as if I nailed a skewer.
Pero también necesitaba conseguir un pincho para Glen. But I also needed to get Glen a shiv.
Esperaba que el Karma entendería que no tenía otra opción que darle ese pincho. I hoped Karma would understand I had no choice but to give that shiv.
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