marrano

marrano
adj.
piggish.
m.
pig, hog, pork.
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marrano
adjetivo
1 familiar (sucio) filthy, dirty
2 familiar (sinvergüenza) swine
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 familiar (sucio) filthy pig, dirty pig
2 familiar (sinvergüenza) swine
nombre masculino marrano
1 ZOOLOGÍA pig
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marrano
nombre masculino
1 ZOOLOGÍA pig
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1. (f. - marrana)
noun
1) pig, hog
2) Marrano
2. (f. - marrana)
adj.
filthy
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marrano, -a
1.
ADJ * filthy, dirty
2.
SM (Zool) pig, hog (EEUU)
3. SM / F
1) * (=persona) [despreciable] swine *; [sucio] dirty pig *
2) ( Hist) converted Jew
marrana
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I
-na adjetivo filthy
II
-na masculino, femenino (fam)
a) (animal) (m) pig, hog; (f) pig, sow
b) (Col) (carne) pork
c) (persona - despreciable) swine (colloq); (- grosera) dirty swine (colloq)
* * *
= hog, porker, swine, pig.
Ex. Both Pigs and hogs are used as headings, though it seems unlikely that a small library would wish to distinguish them.
Ex. One day she indulged in her habit of swigging too much gin before going to feed the porker and after opening its pen she slumped in a heap.
Ex. The words 'swine,' 'hogs,' and 'pigs' refer to animals of the porcine family or pig family.
Ex. A child may find through reading a book that a dull day is transformed because he has met a talking pig and a spider that can write in 'Charlotte's Web'.
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I
-na adjetivo filthy
II
-na masculino, femenino (fam)
a) (animal) (m) pig, hog; (f) pig, sow
b) (Col) (carne) pork
c) (persona - despreciable) swine (colloq); (- grosera) dirty swine (colloq)
* * *
= hog, porker, swine, pig.

Ex: Both Pigs and hogs are used as headings, though it seems unlikely that a small library would wish to distinguish them.

Ex: One day she indulged in her habit of swigging too much gin before going to feed the porker and after opening its pen she slumped in a heap.
Ex: The words 'swine,' 'hogs,' and 'pigs' refer to animals of the porcine family or pig family.
Ex: A child may find through reading a book that a dull day is transformed because he has met a talking pig and a spider that can write in 'Charlotte's Web'.

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marrano1 -na
adjective
filthy
marrano2 -na
masculine, feminine
(fam)
1 (animal) (masculine) pig, hog (AmE); (feminine) pig, sow
2 (Col) (carne) pork
3 (persona — despreciable) swine (colloq); (— grosera) dirty swine (colloq), filthy pig (colloq)
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marrano
-na adjetivo

filthy
■ sustantivo masculino, femenino (fam)
a) (animal) (m) pig, hog;

(f) pig, sow
b) (Col) (carne) pork

c) (persona grosera) dirty swine (colloq)

marrano,-a
I adj (sucio) filthy, dirty
II sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 Zool pig
2 (persona sucia) dirty pig, slob
'marrano' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
marrana
English:
pork
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marrano, -a
adj
Fam
1. [sucio] filthy
2. [malintencionado] mean
nm,f
1. [animal] pig, f sow
2. Fam [persona sucia] dirty o filthy pig
3. Fam [persona malintencionada] pig, swine
4. Hist = Jewish convert to Christianity
5. Comp
Esp Vulg
joder la marrana to fuck everything up
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marrano
I adj filthy
II m
1 hog, Br
pig
2 fam
persona pig fam
* * *
marrano, -na adj
: filthy, disgusting
marrano, -na n
1) cerdo: pig, hog
2) : dirty pig, slob
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marrano adj filthy [comp. filthier; superl. filthiest]

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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