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¿yo, gordo? ¿y tú qué? exp.
fat? me? what about you?

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
how would I know?
me vote for them? no way! {o} not on your life!
what do you know about it?
what do I gain {o} get from all this?
what do you suggest?
can I go instead?
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, a  
a       adj  
1    [persona]   (=obeso)   fat  
stout, plump  
está más gordo que nunca      he's fatter than ever  
MODISMOS caer gordo a algn      *   ese tipo me cae gordo      I can't stand that guy *     
2    *  
[cosa, hecho]  
fue el desastre más gordo de su historia      it was the biggest o worst disaster in their history  
ha pasado algo muy gordo      something major has happened  
una mentira de las gordas      a big fat lie *     
y lo más gordo fue que ...      and then to cap it all ... *     
3    [comida, sustancia]   greasy, oily  
tocino gordo      fatty bacon  
4    [agua]   hard
5    [lienzo, hilo]   coarse
6      (Chile)  
*   (=querido)   darling *     
    gota       A1  
    perra       2  
    dedo       1  
    pez   1       A  
b       sm/f   fat man/woman  
¡gordo!      fatty! *  , fatso! *     
c       sm  
1      (Culin)   fat, suet
2    (=premio)   jackpot, big prize  
ganar el gordo      to hit the jackpot, win the big prize  
MODISMOS sacarse el gordo      to bring home the bacon *     
El Gordo, "the big one", refers to a large lottery jackpot, particularly the one offered in the Spanish Lotería Nacional at Christmas. The Sorteo Extraordinario de Navidad takes place on 22 December and the jackpot is worth several million pounds. Because of the cost of whole tickets people generally form syndicates so the prize is usually shared out between a number of people.  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"¿yo, gordo ¿y tú qué": examples and translations in context
Estoy gorda, gorda, gorda, gorda. What shall I put on? I'm just so fat, fat, fat, fat.
Un gran remordimiento de pelo gordo, huesos gordos y boca gorda. One big-haired, big-boned, big-loudmouthed regret.
Heylia es una gorda-gorda floja y espero ponerla en coma diabetica, así no tendré problemas para venderle. Heylia's a lazy fat-fat. I'm hoping to put her into a diabetic coma, so I have no problem selling to her.
Junior, la gente gorda no merece trato especial solo porque sean gordos. Junior, fat people don't deserve special treatment just because they're fat.
Una persona gorda requiere un traje para gordos. A fat person requires a fat suit.
No podrías darle a una gorda con una flecha buscadora de gordas. You couldn't hit a fat girl with a fat-girl-seeking arrow.
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