cojones


cojones
intj.
shit.
m.pl.
balls (vulgar). (peninsular Spanish)
¡ahora lo vas a hacer por cojones! you bloody o (British) goddamn well ARE going to do it! (United States)
es bueno/malo de cojones it's bloody o (British) goddamn marvelous/awful (United States)
¡no me sale de los cojones! I can't be bloody o (British) goddamn bothered! (United States), I can't be arsed! (British)
tener cojones to have balls
¡cojones! for fuck's sake! (expresa enfado)
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masculino plural
1) (vulg) (testículos) balls (pl) (sl or vulg)

decir/hacer alguien lo que le sale de los cojones — (Esp) to say/do what one damn well likes (colloq)

estar hasta los cojones — (vulg) to be pissed off (sl)

hincharle los cojones a alguien — (vulg) to piss somebody off (sl)

tener cojones — (vulg) to have guts (colloq), to have balls (sl)

tocarse los cojones — (vulg)

yo trabajo y él se toca los cojones — I do all the work and he just sits around on his butt (AmE) o (BrE) backside (colloq)

2) (vulg) (uso expletivo)

hoy le toca a él, qué cojones! — it's his damned turn today! (colloq)

tiene que pasar por aquí por cojones — he has to come this way

el coche de los cojones — the damned car (colloq)

hace un frío de cojones — it's goddam (AmE sl) o (BrE sl) bloody freezing cold

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* de cojones = badass.
* hacer un frío de cojones = be brass monkey weather.
* hinchar los cojones = piss + Nombre + off.
* tocar los cojones = piss + Nombre + off.
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masculino plural
1) (vulg) (testículos) balls (pl) (sl or vulg)

decir/hacer alguien lo que le sale de los cojones — (Esp) to say/do what one damn well likes (colloq)

estar hasta los cojones — (vulg) to be pissed off (sl)

hincharle los cojones a alguien — (vulg) to piss somebody off (sl)

tener cojones — (vulg) to have guts (colloq), to have balls (sl)

tocarse los cojones — (vulg)

yo trabajo y él se toca los cojones — I do all the work and he just sits around on his butt (AmE) o (BrE) backside (colloq)

2) (vulg) (uso expletivo)

hoy le toca a él, qué cojones! — it's his damned turn today! (colloq)

tiene que pasar por aquí por cojones — he has to come this way

el coche de los cojones — the damned car (colloq)

hace un frío de cojones — it's goddam (AmE sl) o (BrE sl) bloody freezing cold

* * *
* de cojones = badass.
* hacer un frío de cojones = be brass monkey weather.
* hinchar los cojones = piss + Nombre + off.
* tocar los cojones = piss + Nombre + off.
* * *
cojones
mpl
A (vulg) (testículos) balls (pl) (slorvulg)
estar hasta los cojones (vulg); to be pissed off (sl)
hincharle los cojones a algn (vulg); to piss sb off (sl), to get up sb's nose (BrE colloq)
salirle a algn de los cojones (vulg): yo digo lo que me sale de los cojones I say what I damn well like! (colloq), I say what I bloody well like! (BrE sl)
tener cojones (vulg); to have guts (colloq), to have balls (sl)
tocarse los cojones (vulg): nosotros aquí trabajando como monos y él en casa tocándose los cojones we're here slaving away and he's at home sitting on his butt (AmE) o (BrE) backside (colloq), we're here slaving away and he's at home doing damn o (BrE) sod all (sl)
B (vulg)
(uso expletivo): hoy le toca a él, ¡qué cojones! it's his damned turn today! (colloq)
encima dice que yo tengo la culpa, ¡manda cojones! and to cap it all, he says it's my fault, what a nerve! o (BrE) what a bloody cheek! (colloq)
tiene que pasar por aquí por cojones he has to come this way whether he likes it or not, he has to come this way, he's got no bloody choice (BrE sl)
este coche de los cojones this damned car (colloq), this sodding o bloody car (BrE sl)
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cojones sustantivo masculino plural (vulg) (testículos) balls (pl) (sl o vulg);
estar hasta los cojones (vulg) to be pissed off (sl);

tener cojones (vulg) to have guts (colloq), to have balls (sl)

'cojones' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cojón
- huevo
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cojones nmpl, usu considered vulgar
1) : testicles pl
2) : guts pl, courage

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • cojones — [kō̂ hō̂′nes] pl.n. [Sp] Informal 1. the testicles 2. [with sing. v.] courage; guts: Sometimes considered vulgar …   English World dictionary

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  • cojones — n pl a. courage, guts . A word (pronounced [co honays]) introduced to many English speakers by Ernest Hemingway, it is the Spanish slang word for balls in both the literal and metaphorical senses. b. the testicles. The word sometimes has its… …   Contemporary slang

  • cojones — n. the testicles. (Spanish. Usually objectionable.) □ He kicked that old cat right in the cojones and sent it flying …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • cojones — noun plural Etymology: Spanish, literally, testicles Date: 1932 1. slang nerve 3 2. slang testes …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cojones — /kaw haw nes/; Eng. /keuh hoh nays, neez/, n. Spanish (sometimes vulgar). 1. (used with a pl. v.) testicles. 2. courage. * * * …   Universalium

  • cojones — noun a) testicles b) balls, courage, machismo, chutzpah …   Wiktionary


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