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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
Un vagabundo con una vida dura, quizás comió pan envenenado con estricnina. A tramp living rough, probably ate some bread laced with strychnine.
Esperemos el consejo escolar no Crees que tienes miedo... jugar un vagabundo vago que fuma un paquete al día. Let's hope the school board doesn't think that you're afraid... to play a lazy tramp who smokes a pack a day.
Pude haber terminado como un vagabundo. I could've wound up as a-a hobo.
También arreglaré el traje de vagabundo. Fine. I will also fix the hobo suit.
Como pueden ver es totalmente vagabundo. As you can see, he's totally homeless.
Desde que parece un vagabundo gordo. Since he looks like a fat homeless dude.
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