poncho translation | Spanish-English dictionary



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 in the dark
[Latam] Andes;(MODISMOS)
to be mistaken
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
to be looking {o} spoiling for a fight
[Latam] (MODISMOS)
in some godforsaken spot
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
at the back of beyond
[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.
Era como un extraño duende de poncho o algo así. It's like a weird poncho goblin or something.
Y con eso me refiero al que poncho a Sammy Sosa con tres lanzamientos... ...y habla mucho menos. And by better half, I mean the one who struck out Sammy Sosa on three pitches... and talks a lot less.
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.
Vamos a la escuela a llevarle el poncho a Manny. We're taking this poncho to manny at school.
- Vamos a llevarle este poncho a Manny. We're taking this poncho to Manny at school.
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