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beer goggles

Translation of beer goggles in Spanish:

plural noun

  • [colloquial]
    gafas (feminine plural) or (especially Latin America) anteojos (masculine plural) de cerveza
    Example sentences
    • Wouldn't have touched him with a bargepole even if I was wearing beer goggles in a meat market.
    • And I'm not even talking about the beer goggles or the lager lenses.
    • Avoid looking at potential sex partners through beer goggles.

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