piola translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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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.
silent
(Chile)
exp.
unnoticed
(Chile)
adj.
silently
(Chile)
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"piola": examples and translations in context
Descripción: El Hotel San Giovanni es un hotel de una estrella recientemente restaurado, situado cerca de la estación de metro de Piola y muy bien... Description: Hotel San Giovanni is a recently restructured 1-star hotel, located in a quite area near Piola underground station, and with good...
La figura Silvio Piola es el delantero más prolífico de la historia del fútbol italiano, con 364 dianas, seguido por Giuseppe Meazza (338). The star The scorer of 364 career goals, well clear of Giuseppe Meazza's 338, Silvio Piola is the most prolific Italian marksman in history.
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.
El director es un tipo muy piola, y a mí me hace mucho caso. The director is a nice guy, and they pay much attention to me.
En la casa en orden, Buen trabajo, bien piola In the house in order by they work very nice
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