Hay 2 traducciones de piss en español:

piss1

Pronunciación: /pɪs/

n

[slang/argot]

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Hecho cultural del día

The people who lived between the rivers Amazon and Plate, and their language were the guaraní. The Guarani language is an official language in Paraguay. It is also spoken in parts of Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil. The Jesuit missionaries in Paraguay wrote Guarani dictionaries and grammars, hymns and catechisms. Guarani acquired a symbolic status in Paraguay during the Chaco War with Bolivia, 1932-35. Today many Paraguayans with hardly any indigenous blood speak Guarani better than Spanish.

Hay 2 traducciones de piss en español:

piss2

vi

vt

v impers

  • (BrE) [slang/argot] it was pissing down (with rain) estaba lloviendo a cántaros or a chuzos

Verbos con partícula

piss about

piss around (BrE) [slang/argot]
v + adv perder* el tiempo, hacerse* tarugos (Méx) [familiar/colloquial] 1.1v + o + adv tomarle el pelo a [familiar/colloquial], agarrar de puerquito (Méx) [familiar/colloquial], agarrar para el chuleteo (Chi) [familiar/colloquial] I'm fed up with being pissed about estoy harto de que me tomen el pelo ( or de que me agarren de puerquito etc) [familiar/colloquial]

piss away

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
[slang/argot] [money] derrochar, liquidarse [familiar/colloquial], feriarse (Méx) [familiar/colloquial]

piss off

[slang/argot]
v + adv (go away) (BrE) piss off! ¡vete a la mierda or al carajo! [vulgar] it's time we pissed off es hora de que nos larguemos [familiar/colloquial] 1.1v + o + adv (anger, bother) it pisses me off me revienta [familiar/colloquial], me cabrea [familiar/colloquial], me encabrona (Esp, Méx) [vulgar]

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The people who lived between the rivers Amazon and Plate, and their language were the guaraní. The Guarani language is an official language in Paraguay. It is also spoken in parts of Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil. The Jesuit missionaries in Paraguay wrote Guarani dictionaries and grammars, hymns and catechisms. Guarani acquired a symbolic status in Paraguay during the Chaco War with Bolivia, 1932-35. Today many Paraguayans with hardly any indigenous blood speak Guarani better than Spanish.