f.1 skull. (Colloquial)2 faculty, powers of the mind, judgment. (Metaphorical)No tiene cholla he has not the brains of a sparrow; he is bird-brained3 wound, sore. (Central America)4 laziness, slowness. (Andes & Central America)5 head.pres.indicat.3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: chollar.imperat.2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: chollar.* * *cholla► nombre femenino1 familiar (cabeza) nut, block, head2 familiar (inteligencia) brains plural, grey matter* * *femenino (Méx fam) head* * *= knocker.Ex. He got hit with a cricket ball, smack right on top of his knocker.* * *femenino (Méx fam) head* * *= knocker.
Ex: He got hit with a cricket ball, smack right on top of his knocker.* * *chollafeminine(Méx fam)head* * *cholla nfCAm Fam [flema] sluggishness* * *cholla nf, fam : head
Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.
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