sancho translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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sancho

  
      sm  
1    (=cerdo)   pig, hog   (EEUU)  
2      (Méx)   (=carnero)   ram  
(=cordero)  
lamb  
(=macho cabrío)  
billy goat  
(=animal abandonado)  
orphan animal, suckling
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

sacho, sanaco, sano, sancocho

"sancho": examples and translations in context
Sí, Sancho, así tendremos fuerza. Yes, Sancho, do that and we'll have strength.
Venga Sancho, por favor, no digas tonterías. Come on, Sancho, don't talk rubbish.
Es que Sancho sospecha algo y ha decidido regenerarse y reconquistarme. Sancho suspects something, so he's reforming to try to win me back.
Sancho Panza, y la gente del barrio les atribuían determinadas conductas... peculiares. People called them Don Quixote and Sancho Panza... and they never knew that neighbors found their friendship ambiguous.
Ha amenazado a Alfonso con obligarle a jurar que no mandó matar a Sancho. He has threatened to force Alfonso to swear publicly... that he is innocent of our brother Sancho's death.
Don Quijote de la Mancha y Sancho Panza. Don Quixote of La Mancha and his esquire Sancho Panza.
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