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1    (=perezoso)   lazy, idle
2    (=tranquilo)   quiet, peaceable
3      (Andes)   (=gordito)   chubby
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
poncho          [2]      sm   (=ropa)   poncho, cape  
los de a poncho        (Andes)  
*   the poor  
MODISMOS estar a poncho        (Andes)  
*   to be in the dark  
MODISMOS arrastrar el poncho        (LAm)  
*   to be looking o spoiling for a fight  
MODISMOS donde el diablo perdió el poncho        (Cono Sur)  
*   at the back of beyond *     
MODISMOS pisarle el poncho a algn        (Andes)   to humiliate sb  
MODISMOS pisarse el poncho        (Cono Sur)  
*   to be mistaken  

Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  

See also:

pocho, ponchazos, ponche, poco

los de a poncho exp.
the poor
[Latam] Andes

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to humiliate sb
[Latam] Andes;(MODISMOS)
to be mistaken
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
to be in the dark
[Latam] Andes;(MODISMOS)
to be looking {o} spoiling for a fight
[Latam] (MODISMOS)
at the back of beyond
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
in some godforsaken spot
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
'poncho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
se nos ponchó una llanta
se nos ponchó una llanta
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"poncho": examples and translations in context
Incluso utilizó este poncho para cubrirlo. He even used his poncho to cover it.
Debimos seguir buscando al tipo del poncho. We should have kept looking for that guy in the poncho.
EE.UU. poncho con la tortura... U.S. struck out with torture...
Aún faltan 2 outs y viene Jesús Cabrillo... que primero se poncho y luego bateó un globito. Two more outs to go, and here's Jesus Cabrillo, who struck out and flied to center.
En el poncho estaba la Virgen María. Inside the tilma was the Virgin Mother.
Ahora mismo se puede ir a la iglesia y ver el poncho colgado. Right now you can go to the church and see the tilma hanging there.
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