choco


choco
adj.
one-eyed.
m.
cuttlefish (sepia).
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: chocar.
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choco
nombre masculino
1 small cuttlefish
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I
Chile
SM poodle II
ADJ And, Cono Sur (=rojo) dark red; (=chocolate) chocolate-coloured, chocolate-colored (EEUU); (=moreno) swarthy, dark
III
1. ADJ Chile
1) (=manco) one-armed
2) (=cojo) one-legged
3) (=tuerto) one-eyed
2. SM
1) Cono Sur (=tocón) stump ( of tree )
2) And (=sombrero) top hat
3) Méx *** (=vulva) cunt ***
IV
SM (Zool) cuttlefish
V
** SM (=droga) = chocolate 2., 2)
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I
-ca adjetivo (Chi fam) (de rabo corto) short-tailed; (manco) one-armed
II
masculino cuttlefish
* * *
= cuttlefish.
Ex. Cuttlefish recognise prey before they have hatched, the first known embryos to show such an ability.
* * *
I
-ca adjetivo (Chi fam) (de rabo corto) short-tailed; (manco) one-armed
II
masculino cuttlefish
* * *
= cuttlefish.

Ex: Cuttlefish recognise prey before they have hatched, the first known embryos to show such an ability.

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choco1 -ca
adjective
(Chi fam)
1 (de rabo corto) short-tailed; (sin rabo) tailless
2 (manco) one-armed
choco2
masculine
cuttlefish
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choco, -a
adj
CAm, Chile, Méx [persona] [cojo] one-legged; [manco] one-armed
nm
1. [sepia] cuttlefish
2. Andes [perro] spaniel
3. Andes [de pelo rizado] curly-haired person;
chocos curls
nm,f
1. Col [persona morena] dark-skinned person
2. Bol [persona rubia] blond, f blonde, fair-haired person
3. CAm, Chile, Méx [tullido] [cojo] one-legged person;
[manco] one-armed person
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choco
m ZO cuttlefish

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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