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primo

, a  
a       adj  
1    [número]   prime
2    [materia]   raw
b       sm/f  
1    (=pariente)   cousin  
MODISMOS le vino el primo de América      anticuado, *   she started her period  
MODISMOS ser primos hermanos        (referido a cosas)    to be extraordinarily alike  
  primo/a carnal, primo/a hermano/a   first cousin
2    *   (=incauto)   dupe, sucker *     
MODISMOS hacer el primo      to be taken for a sucker *   , be taken for a ride *     
MODISMOS tomar a algn por primo      to do sb down *   , take sb in *     
    prima  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
primo carnal exp.
first cousin

Entry related to:carnal

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
first cousin
exp.
mi cousin is called Benjamín
exp.
my cousin's name is Benjamín
exp.
she started her period
[Dated] (MODISMOS)
exp.
he's a cousin on my mother's side
exp.
he got his cousin a job in the office
exp.
he fixed his cousin up (with a job) in the office
exp.
to be taken for a sucker
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to do sb down
(MODISMOS)
exp.
my cousin introduced him to me
exp.
to be extraordinarily alike
(MODISMOS)
exp.
your aunt and your cousins have come
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'primo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
primo segundo
exp.
primo carnal
exp.
su primo también vino
exp.
mi primo que vive en Nueva York
exp.
¡entonces tú debes ser mi primo!
exp.
nace un primo {or} un bobo cada minuto
exp.
hacer el primo
(IDIOMS)
n.
el número primo
[BIZ]
n.
los números primos gemelos
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"primo": examples and translations in context
Cuéntame algo más sobre mi primo. - Tell me some more about my cousin.
Peppino Barlacchi, un amigo de mi primo. Yeah, this is Peppino Barlacchi, a friend of my cousin.
Son identificados con la potencia del número primo. They're identified by numbers that are the power of a prime.
Otra cosa sobre los números primos, no hay ningún gran número primo final. Another thing about primes, there is no final biggest prime number.
Resulta que Balajadia tiene un primo trabajando allí. It turns out that Balajadia has a cousin working in the City Jail.
El primo está dejando su camino. The "cousin" is leaving his pad.
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