piojo translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1      (Zool)   louse  
MODISMOS dar el piojo        (Méx)  
*   to show one's nasty side  
MODISMOS estar como piojos en costura      to be packed in like sardines  
  piojo resucitado  
*   jumped-up fellow, vulgar parvenu
2      (Andes)   gambling den
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
dar el piojo exp.
to show one's nasty side
[Latam] Méx;(MODISMOS)

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to be packed in like sardines
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"piojo": examples and translations in context
- Eres otro encantador, inteligente piojo. You are another charming, intelligent louse.
Este piojo acaba de intentar darnos dos mil por semana. This louse just tried to give us 2 grand a week.
La Directiva 69/466/CEE del Consejo, de 8 de diciembre de 1969, relativa a la lucha contra el piojo de San José, ha sido modificada de forma sustancial. Council Directive 69/466/EEC of 8 December 1969 on control of San José Scale has been substantially amended.
* Informe sobre la propuesta de Directiva del Consejo relativa a la lucha contra el piojo de San José (Versión codificada) (COM(2006) 0123 - C6-0136/2006 - 2006/0040(CNS)) - Comisión JURI. * Report on the proposal for a Council directive on control of San José Scale (Codified version) (COM(2006)0123 - C6-0136/2006 - 2006/0040(CNS)) - JURI Committee.
Una avispa... y un piojo. A wasp and a head louse.
Ahora estás gris y horrible como un piojo. Now you're grey and hideous as a head louse.
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