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
Interpretaré a Sancho Panza en Don Quijote. I'll play Sancho Panza in "Don Quixote".
Sancho te atacó, se enfureció. Sancho turned on you, went ballistic.
Sí, Sancho, así tendremos fuerza. Yes, Sancho, do that and we'll have strength.
Sancho, envidio a mis enemigos. Sancho, I do envy my enemies.
Sancho, se llamaba Sancho, sí. Sancho, he was named Sancho, that's right.
La sexta fue Alacoque Bezerra, que sustituyó al senador Afonso Sancho. The sixth was Alacoque Bezerra, who was called in to replace senator Afonso Sancho.
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