vieja translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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vieja

  
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1    (=anciana)   old woman
2    *   la vieja      (=madre)   my mum *      (=esposa)   my old woman *     
3      (Cono Sur)   (=petardo)   cracker, squib
4      (Méx)   [+de cigarro]   cigar stub
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
my old woman
exp.
my mum
nf.
1) grand old name (f), 2) has-been (f)
nf.
time-honoured custom
exp.
secondhand clothes
exp.
my old woman
exp.
old clothes
exp.
a has-been
exp.
the old guard
(MODISMOS)
exp.
a professor of the old school
exp.
my father is of the old school
exp.
so what's new?
exp.
that's ancient history
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'vieja' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
una vieja
exp.
la vieja
n.
la vieja gloria
n.
la vieja amistad
exp.
de la vieja escuela
[Fig.]
exp.
es una vieja tradición/costumbre
exp.
pertenece a la vieja guardia
exp.
no es tan vieja como parece
exp.
la vaca vieja se quedó sin leche
exp.
...cajas llenas de ropa vieja...
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"vieja": examples and translations in context
Esta vieja cacerola ha visto mejores días. Dad, this old thing has seen better days.
Mi vieja ama me canta cancioncillas. My old nurse, sing me a song.
Es lógico cuando compras una casa vieja. That's what you get when you buy an older house.
Habla como la vieja generación de franceses. You talk just like the older generation of Frenchmen.
Míranos, discutiendo como una vieja pareja. Look at us arguing like an old married couple.
Soy una vieja minusválida sin dinero, Fitzgerald. I'm an old, disabled person with no money, Fitzgerald.
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