Definición de putz en inglés:

putz

Saltos de línea: putz
Pronunciación: /pʊts
 
, pʌts
 
/
North American informal

sustantivo

  • 1A stupid or worthless person: I’m not some two-bit putz who doesn’t know the difference between Ouzo and Dom Perignon
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Daphne is not beautiful, and Daphne is a putz, a klutz.
    • Problem is, Polsky doesn't have the chutzpah to go through with it - and he's a putz.
    • Not that the Dad was much better, but he seemed a little more natural around them, even if he was a putz and a control freak.
  • 2 vulgar slang A man’s penis.

verbo

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  • Engage in inconsequential or unproductive activity: too much putzing around up there would ruin them
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Let's see, at last count there were at least two charming little robots putzing about the surface of the ‘Red Planet’.
    • Okay, I was just putzing around on the net waiting for R. to wake up and stumbled on to Crazy eBay mom.
    • Julian was putzing around behind the bar when Gloria came over to visit him.

Origen

1960s: Yiddish, literally 'penis'.

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