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pagan US English

A person holding religious beliefs other than those of the main world religions

Pagan US English

Ruins in Burma (Myanmar), located on the Irrawaddy River southeast of Mandalay. It is the site of an ancient city that was the capital of a powerful Buddhist dynasty from the 11th to the 13th centuries

pagan US Thesaurus

pagans worshiped the sun

pagan English-Spanish

pagano,

pagan bien in pagar Spanish-English

they pay well, the pay's good

pagan sueldos de hambre in hambre Spanish-English

they pay starvation wages

los niños pagan media entrada in entrada Spanish-English

it's half-price for children, children pay half price

el mísero sueldo que me pagan in mísero Spanish-English

the miserable, the pittance they pay me

sus abuelos le pagan los estudios in pagar Spanish-English

his grandparents are paying for his education, his grandparents are putting him through college

pagan bien pero nos sacan la chicha in chicha Spanish-English

they pay well but they make you work for your money

no pagan mucho. Ahora, el trabajo es muy fácil in ahora Spanish-English

they don't pay very well. Mind you, it's very easy work

pagan una cuota módica por alimentación y hospedaje in cuota Spanish-English

they pay a modest amount for board and lodging

¡le pagan hasta el alquiler y todavía se queja! in todavía Spanish-English

they even pay his rent and he still complains!