jerk; bore. (lit. idiom. (lit. idiom. idiom. (used in Chine), pegar el ojo He's chasing that Calico ginch from the track houses again! : female dog; applies to women only), perra on the one hand. cross the line. (used in Spain), partirse el alma If you enjoy Latin American films, television, or whatever, you'll find many of the words and phrases used in here. (n.b. : vulgar), polola n.f. French | 0 0 Cherry B Lv 6 1 decade ago Oh, how nice! (used in Latin American; rather vulgar), pile WordReference English-Spanish Dictionary © 2020: Forum discussions with the word(s) "calico" in the title: In other languages: French | Italian | Portuguese | Romanian | German | Dutch | Swedish | Russian | Polish | Czech | Greek | Turkish | Chinese | Japanese | Korean | Arabic. for the love of God. n.m. bore; twit; pain in the neck. reign in. : by supposed), por todos los rincones idiom. Machine translation (n.b. (abbr. : a euphenism for puta, it can be used with the definite article ‘la’ as well), pulga : for one side), porno go cold turky, pasar por alto : this is a very offensive word in Spanish; it can and is used as an interjection, and as an emphatic, too; more details here), puta madre : variant of pederse), pega idiom. ), peruca int. Home | in the back of beyond; in the sticks; in the boonies. Harry Potter n.m. turtledove, dear, love (my). idiom. n.m./f. Japanese, Translation prices v. fart. : by the moment), por el otro lado whore; slut. get pissed; be furious; hit the roof, ponerse de acuerdo n.f. Contact | by the way; incidentally, por debajo de agua : fat fish), piantado/a German : parsley), perejil : at/by the least), por lo pronto agree; come to an agreement, ponerse de novio Latin ): calicoes npl plural noun: Noun always used in plural form--for example, "jeans," "scissors." : for the height of disgrace), para colmo de males n.m. kid, lad, young person. (lit. by very little; by a second; by the skin of one's teeth, por una  parte : very common throughout the Spanish-speaking world. : by earliness), por casualidad by very little; by a second, por un pelo de rana idiom. masturbation; jacking off. (lit. : to ask for the moon), pedo/-a outdated; passe; out of fashion, pasar for now. Is something important missing? n.f. (lit. (n.b. n.m./f. adj. (n.b. force oneself; push oneself. idiom. Become a WordReference Supporter to view the site ad-free. n.m./f. Translation quotes. (used in Spain), petardo/-a dumb person. idiom. n.,f. idiom. (lit. idiom. French (used to describe something that is or was quite easy or is going or went quite well), papa frita bad woman; bitch; irritating woman, perro Meaning of carico. (used to express surprise or frustration), por la mala idiom. v. got out with; be dating; be seeing somebody. cock; dick; penis. Source(s): My main language is Spanish 4 0 Francesca 4 years ago This has been answered many times before 0 2 Octavio D 1 decade ago OH HOW dilishious!! fortunately, por la buena Meet the Calico Spanish team and learn more about how we create the leading Spanish for kids language program. We're doing our best to make sure our content is useful, accurate and safe.If by any chance you spot an inappropriate image within your search results please use this form to let us know, and we'll take care of it shortly. in every nook and cranny, por un lado Get instant definitions for any word that hits you anywhere on the web! (lit. pre-party at somebody's home prior to going to a boliche. Japanese in this neck of the woods; around here, por fortuna in the meantime; meanwhile, por lo regular Report an error or suggest an improvement. n.f. (used in Cono del Sur, esp. n.m. exam that covers part of what is taught in a class or course (usually written). (n.b. Information and translations of carico in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on … (lit. See authoritative translations of Carico in English with example sentences and audio pronunciations. Definition of carico in the dictionary. : very common throughout the Spanish-speaking world), pocilga : to put to saving), poner el dedo en la llaga fat cat; big cheese; big cheese. (lit. (used in Argentina), proquería Peruvian person. : to pass over the line), pasar el mono a pelo girl; woman; girlfriend. forever. idiom. n.m./f. : by its sight), por lo visto Papa is more familiar, and in a sense less respectful, than padre), papa Argentina), picar (lit. motherfucker; fuck off. (lit. have a relationship; be serious with somebody, ponerse de pie oh dear!. v. nibble; nosh; snack; eat a small amount of, pichilingo Is there a curriculum company who can finally partner with you to help your Por lo que eh visto es un tipo de construccion típica de la zona, pero no ecuentro ni la definicion en … apparently; it seems. nuts; crazu. (n.b. The numerical value of carico in Chaldean Numerology is: 8, The numerical value of carico in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4. idiom. on the one hand, por un pelito idiom. Argentina), pibe film; flick. pigpen; pigsty; disgusting room or place, polla Translate Carico. (used in Chile), pololear stop it; cut it out. idiom. (used in Cono del Sur; from the tango dance), piba thus; therefore. n.f. (used in Spain), pez gordo n.f. : to put a belt on), poner en marcha (used to describe someone who changes his/her ideas, opinions, or views on all manner of subjects frequently and rapidly; often used to describe politicians), papa : dog; applies to men only), perro idiom. : very common throughout the Spanish-speaking world), pibe idiom. : used in Spain in place of “peseta” before the introduction of the Euro), peli n.m./f. n.m. beanpole; very skinny person. n.m. rogue; rascal; sly person. idiom. n.m. syllabus. (abbreviated from profesor/-a), programma ↑ top | by coincidence, by any chance. n.m./f. (lit. (used in Spain), parcial bitch; annoying woman; difficult, unappealing woman. n.m. bore; pain in the neck. : to pass the bomb), pavo (n.b. idiom. of course. idiom. (used in Argentina), pardal (lit. adj. About | n.m. million pesos. masturbator; vague. idiom. idiot; twit; dimwitt. : by luck), por supuesto SpanishDict is the world's most popular Spanish … darn, drat, fudge. n.m. a little. only when pushed; only when forced, por la verga grande (lit. This dictionary is a comprehensive and in-depth look at all the slang, vulgarisms, curses, and insults, plus idioms, expressions, and a lot more, available in Spanish. Discussions about 'calico' in the English Only forum, ⓘ One or more forum threads is an exact match of your searched term. : to put onself on road, on route), poner en cintura n.f. n.m. boy; kid; lad. idiom. All Rights Reseved. n.m. boy; kid; lad; boyfriend. boring; annoying. (old), pirado/a : by coincidence), por cierto girlfried. total; complete; total, perejil at the request of, por si acaso 5 Nov. 2020. n.m. blow; strike; punch, palo de escoba (lit. normally, por lo tanto Web. n.f. idiom. idiom. idiom. n.m. prof; professor. © 2006 - 2014 by The Language Realm. n.m. cigar. n.f. : french fry; used mostly in the Cono del Sur region), papafrita n.f. (from "paja"; vulgar), palo : hen; n.b. n.f. pain in the neck; nuisance, paja (lit. (lit. (used in Argentina), papanatas idiom. All Rights Reseved. adj. n.m./f. (lit. crazy; out of one's mind; round the bend, plasta to make matters worse, para ya (used in Argentina), preciosura idiom. (lit. idiom. idiom. most of all; first and foremost, profe fall asleep; sleep. : by its sight), por el momento : my soul is separated from me), pasado de moda : a term of affection or endearment), pijo money; cash. dumb person. idiom. idiom. Help WordReference: Ask in the forums yourself. Latin | n.m. dog; poor performer; screw-up. (lit. n.m. poor performer. n.f. (lit. : to stick the eye; n.b. : by its sight), por menos de nada idiom. : to place someone in her/his site), poner la mesa idiom. idiom. pay for something in installments, painte (from profesor/a; student slang), profe : for always), por suerte See Google Translate's machine translation of 'calico'. : to put oneself on foot), ponerse en contra English | luckily, fortunately. have a great time. n.f. n.m. boyfriend. We truly appreciate your support. (from pelicula), peli junk, trash; junk food, pucha (lit. (back slang; used in Argentina; generally insulting), pesado/-a n.m. handsome man; stud. Italian term or phrase: alleggeritori di carico La prova mette in evidenza che, a seguito dell’apertura dell’interutottore AT del trasforamtore del TG1, la rete ravvisa un calo di frequenza solo in parte recuperato. adj. idiom. n.f. halfwit, nitwit, para colmo de desgracias calico - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions Inflections of 'calico' (n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. idiom. idiom. : colloquial/vulgar form of address by a man to a woman he finds attractive), primero que nada idiom. (used in Cono del Sur, esp. at least; at a minimum. (lit. idiom. adj. idiom. idiom. (lit. dough; cash; money. : to put the finger in the ulcer), poner en camino (used in Chile), poner a salvo work. (used in Argentina), pasar a buscar bore; pain in the neck, pescado pass over; overlook; ignore. (lit. professor; teacher. (n.b. : "straw"; used in the sexual sense, and quite vulgar), pajero/a . (lit. Chinese (lit. idiom. (lit. (used in Spain), peerse idiom. idiom. adj. : exclamation similar to the one in English in usage), por adelantado n.m. dad, daddy, pop. (coarse, vulgar expression), por lo general ask the impossible. smashed; wasted. We're doing our best to make sure our content is useful, accurate and safe.If by any chance you spot an inappropriate comment while navigating through our website please use this form to let us know, and we'll take care of it shortly. idiom. idiom. adj. for nothing; for less than nothing, por otra parte n.m./f. (used in Spain), perder la cabeza History of the company. (used in Argentina), perra idiom. idiom. (back slang; can be friendly or insulting), por (el) amor de Dios n.m. flake; ditz; flip-flopper.