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1      (Orn)   wren
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chochín nm.

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"chochín": examples and translations in context
"Te levantas con la alondra, te acuestas con un chochín" Eso dicen. "Up with the lark, to bed with a wren." That's what they say.
El festival anual del santuario de Yasaka dura todo el mes de julio. Las carrozas yamaboko, como la que aperece arriba, decoradas con espléndidas telas, cobran vida a la luz de los faroles chochín. Yasaka Shrine's annual festival lasts for the entire month of July. Yamaboko floats like the one above decorated with gorgeous fabrics come to life in the light of chochin lanterns.
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").
Eras mi pequeña, parecías un chochín casero. You were my birdie girl, looked like a little house wren.
Cuando no se les enciende, las chochín se pueden plegar. Chochin can be flattened when not illuminated.
También dejaban pasar la luz de los farolillos chochín y las lámparas andon, ampliamente utilizados desde finales del siglo XII hasta el XVII e incluso más tarde. Chochin lanterns and andon lamps, used widely from the late 12th century until the 17th century and later, also allow some light through the paper.
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