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puteado

  
***      adj  
1    (=fastidiado)  
nos tienen puteados      they're really screwing us around **     
el puteado pueblo español      the long-suffering o hard done-by Spanish people  
2    (=harto)   fed up to the back teeth *  , browned off *     
estar puteado      to be fed up to the back teeth *  , be browned off  
3    (=maleado)   corrupted, perverted
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punteado, puteada, puteo, putear

estar puteado v.
be browned off; be fed up to the back teeth

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the long-suffering {o} hard done-by Spanish people
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they're really screwing us around
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"puteado": examples and translations in context
Me han puteado el coche. They nuggeted my car.
¿No has dicho que te han puteado el coche? Thought they nuggeted your car?
Por eso Gill me ha puteado. That's why Gill bollocked me.
El Wray, no te habría puteado tanto. El Wray... I wouldn't have given you such a hard time.
¿No le han puteado suficiente? You haven't set him up enough?
Mire, si estuviera metido en eso habría puteado a Trip y todo el equipo de baloncesto hubiera ido por mí. Look, if it had gotten around that I had ratted out Trip, the whole basketball team would have come down on me.
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