roncha translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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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
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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
Y me dejó una roncha así de gorda en la espalda, morada. And it left a welt, probably that thick, across my whole back and it was purple.
Bueno, acá está la 'roncha'. Right, here is the crunch.
Meryl, creo que tengo una roncha. Meryl, I think I have a welt.
Vamos al doctor a curarte la roncha. We'll go to the doctor and get your rash all better.
Bueno, la roncha en mi cabeza me dice que fue motivado. Well, the welt on my head tells me he was motivated.
Saqué una pasa de una roncha debajo de la barbilla de Robbie. I pulled a raisin out of that fat fold under Robbie's chin.
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