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piola

  
a       sf  
1      (LAm)   (=soga)   rope, tether
2      (Andes, Caribe)   (=cuerda)   cord, string  
(=maguey)  
agave
3      (Cono Sur)  
***   (=pene)   cock ***  
b       adj inv     (Argentina)  
*   (=astuto)   smart, clever  
(=listo)  
bright  
(=taimado)  
sly  
(=servicial)  
helpful  
(=bueno)  
great *  , terrific *     
(=elegante)  
classy *  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

pídola, pila, piscola, pistola

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
unnoticed
(Chile)
adj.
silently
(Chile)
exp.
silent
(Chile)
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"piola": examples and translations in context
Le mostraremos lo piola que es. We'll show you just how cool we are.
Soy un tipo piola y nadie lo sabe porque estoy con mis padres. I'm a cool guy and nobody knows it because I'm with my parents.
Él era una especie de tipo piola. He was sort of a cool dude.
Es algo "nueva onda," pero es piola. She's kind of new age, but she's cool.
Quedate piola porque estás puesto, ¿eh? Stay cool or you are dead man.
Solía ser tan piola. He used to be so cool.
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