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"chochí­n": examples and translations in context
Eras mi pequeña, parecías un chochín casero. You were my birdie girl, looked like a little house wren.
Los ríos y sotos fluviales acogen asimismo a numerosas especies propias de los hábitats de ribera: garzas reales, lavanderas, petirrojos, chochines, etc. Rivers and river groves also host to numerous species from riparian habitats: herons, wagtails, robins, wrens, etc...
Las llamaban chochines, ¿lo sabía? They were called Wrens, you know that?
Cuando no se les enciende, las chochín se pueden plegar. Chochin can be flattened when not illuminated.
Por eso, incluso las izakaya que no tienen estos elementos decorativos se llaman también nawa noren ("media cortina de cordón") y aka chochín ("linterna roja"). That is why even izakaya without the traditional trappings go by the nicknames nawa noren ("rope half curtain") and aka chochin ("red lantern").
Festival Shirakawa Chochin (linternas de papel), en el Monasterio Kashima, Prefectura de Fukushima Shirakawa Chochin (paper lanterns) Festival, at Kashima Shrine, Fukushima Prefecture
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