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whopper Saltos de línea: whop|per
Pronunciación: /ˈwɒpə/

Definición de whopper en inglés:


1A thing that is extremely or unusually large: the novel is a 1,079 page whopper
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Mr. Greenspan's whopper must be followed by a whopper of a slump.
  • The biggest pike caught during the winter leagues was a whopper of twenty-five pounds, caught on a deadbait on March 2.
  • It was too easy, even for Julia who, fearing she wouldn't get a bite, found herself ankle-deep in whoppers.
monster, brute, beast, giant, colossus, mountain, behemoth, leviathan, mammoth, monstrosity
informal jumbo
1.1A gross or blatant lie: he’s telling whoppers
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Research revealed that untruths range from little white lies to huge whoppers aimed purely at personal gain.
  • As both posts and the ‘mainstream media’ story are full of whoppers (and I don't mean they went to Burger King…) I just had to toss in my two cents.
  • Four years ago, I started the Lie Emporium, a website dedicated to lies, whoppers, porkies, politicians and just plain old cheap gags.
lie, untruth, falsehood, fib, fabrication, deception, made-up story, trumped-up story, invention, piece of fiction, fiction, falsification, falsity, fairy story/tale, cock and bull story, barefaced lie;
(little) white lie, half-truth, exaggeration, prevarication, departure from the truth;
yarn, story, red herring, rumour, fable, myth, flight of fancy, figment of the imagination;
pretence, pretext, sham, ruse, wile, trickery, stratagem
informal tall story, tall tale
British rhyming slang pork pie, porky, porky pie

Palabras que riman con whopper

bopper, copper, cropper, Dopper, dropper, hopper, improper, Joppa, poppa, popper, proper, shopper, stopper, swapper, topper
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