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vagabundo

, a  
a       adj  
1    (=errante)  
[persona]  
wandering, roving  
[perro]  
stray
2    (=pordiosero)   vagabond frm     
pey   vagrant
b       sm/f  
1    (=persona errante)   wanderer, rover
2    (=pordiosero)   vagabond frm  , tramp, bum   (EEUU)     
pey   vagrant
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
'vagabundo' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el vagabundo
n.
1) el canto rodado, 2) el vagabundo
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"vagabundo": examples and translations in context
El hombre que fue enterrado era un vagabundo. The man who was buried was a tramp.
El vagabundo se llamaba Denis Leprince y su padre fue juez aquí. Our tramp was named Denis Leprince, and his father was the presiding judge here.
También arreglaré el traje de vagabundo. Fine. I will also fix the hobo suit.
- Identificaron a un vagabundo cojo. - Got an ID on a hobo with a limp.
- Desde que parece un vagabundo gordo. - Since he looks like a fat homeless dude.
El vagabundo que buscan los tenia en una manta. This homeless looking guy had 'em laid out on a blanket.
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