vagabundo translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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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
Mejor vagabundo que gorrón como vosotros. Better a tramp than a sucker like you.
Esa debe ser la ventana... donde Daisy mantenía la conversación con su novio vagabundo. That might be the window where Daisy was having the conversation with her tramp boyfriend.
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.
Algún pobre vagabundo intentó lavar el parabrisas. Some poor homeless guy tried to wash the windscreen.
Crabtree, hay otro escalofriante vagabundo en el autobús. There's another creepy homeless guy on the bus.
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