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 mum
exp.
my old woman
nf.
time-honoured custom
nf.
1) grand old name (f), 2) has-been (f)
exp.
my old woman
exp.
old clothes
exp.
secondhand 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.
that's ancient history
exp.
so what's new?
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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.
...cajas llenas de ropa vieja...
exp.
la vaca vieja se quedó sin leche
"vieja": examples and translations in context
Estoy cansada, vieja e fea. All I know is that I'm tired, old, ugly.
Era para una vieja novia de Burrows. It's for one of Burrows' old girlfriends, man.
Habla como la vieja generación de franceses. You talk just like the older generation of Frenchmen.
Además, me estoy poniendo vieja... Worst of all, I'm getting older...
Sólo está intentando enriquecer la vieja reserva genética. You're just trying to upgrade the ol' gene pool.
Lo atropelló una gran vieja camioneta. It was run over by a big ol' 16-wheeler.
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