roncha translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=hinchazón)   swelling  
MODISMOS hacer roncha        (Cono Sur)  
*   to create an impression  
MODISMOS levantar roncha        (Caribe)  
*   to pass a dud cheque *     
MODISMOS sacar roncha      *   to cause an upset  
2    (=cardenal)   bruise
3    (=rodaja)   slice
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

ronca, roncar, roña, roñica

roncha nf.
1) swelling (f), 2) bruise (f), 3) slice (f)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to cause an upset
to create an impression
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
to pass a dud cheque
[Latam] Caribe;(MODISMOS)
my back came out in a rash all over
'roncha' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
le salieron ronchas en la piel
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"roncha": examples and translations in context
Meryl, creo que tengo una roncha. Meryl, I think I have a welt.
La aguja se coloca suavemente debajo de la capa cutánea superior, provocando la formación de una protuberancia (roncha) en la piel. You will get a small shot that contains PPD. The needle is gently placed under the top layer of skin, causing a bump (welt) to form.
Aún con esa pequeña roncha en su ojo, ¿sabes? Even with that little welt on her eye, you know?
Provocan un buen impacto, pero no están diseñados para hacer un daño real más allá de una roncha y algunos moratones, lo que significa que si son todo lo que tienes en un tiroteo, no tienes mucho. They pack a punch, but they're designed not to do any real damage beyond a welt and some bruising, which means if they're all you've got in a fire fight, you don't have much.
El médico observará un área elevada y roja llamada roncha. Your health care provider will see a red, raised area called a wheal.
Porque tiene una pequeña roncha aquí, ¿ves? Because she has a little rash right here, you see?
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