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.
unnoticed
(Chile)
adj.
silently
(Chile)
exp.
silent
(Chile)
"piola": examples and translations in context
No si se mudan de mutuo acuerdo, piola. Not if the y mov e on their own accord, sport.
Tenemos el trabajo terminado en un minuto, piola. We'll hav e our work done in a minute, sport.
Quedate piola porque estás puesto, ¿eh? Stay cool or you are dead man.
Es algo "nueva onda," pero es piola. She's kind of new age, but she's cool.
Este va a ser un carrete piola. This party will be on the downlow.
No podía pasar piola nunca mas. I couldn't even lurk anymore.
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