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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
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'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
Sería otro vagabundo que buscaba una limosna. It must have been another tramp trying to get some money out of you.
John, hasta donde entiendo, el hombre es apenas más que un vagabundo. John, as far as I understand it, the man is barely more than a tramp.
Jeff, siento haberte llamado apuesto vagabundo. Jeff, I'm sorry I called you a handsome hobo.
Pude haber terminado como un vagabundo. I could've wound up as a-a hobo.
Desde que parece un vagabundo gordo. Since he looks like a fat homeless dude.
Como pueden ver es totalmente vagabundo. As you can see, he's totally homeless.
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