Definición de sprog en inglés:

sprog

Saltos de línea: sprog
Pronunciación: /sprɒɡ
 
/
British informal , humorous

sustantivo

1A child.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They send their sprogs to a local authority club round the corner.
  • Actually, I'm soon going to be visiting my sister and am quite looking forward to seeing her sprogs again (aged 8 and 6, so hardly babies), so I'm certainly no child-hater.
  • Thus, the scene is set for a hectic fortnight's ‘holiday’ in which the sprogs will be consecutively ignored, yelled at and ordered to get out from under my feet.

verbo (sprogs, sprogging, sprogged)

[no object] Volver al principio  
Have a baby.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • All my friends seem to be sprogging.
  • This evening I visited my sister Sheena, who has just sprogged.
  • Well, nothing has changed, except that I sprogged.

Origen

1940s (originally services' slang): perhaps from obsolete sprag 'lively young man', of unknown origin.

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