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American English: /kəs/
British English: /kʌs/

Translation of cuss in Spanish:


  • 1 (curse)
    mala palabra (feminine) (esp Latin America)
    not to give o care a cussI don't give o care a cuss what they think
    me importa un cuerno or un comino lo que piensen [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Which reminds me: he could be a stubborn cuss, too.
    • A stubborn cuss, who would never accept what I didn't believe, and could not be beaten into believing it, or appearing to believe it.
    • Stubborn cusses that they are, those dogmatic mathematicians insisted on using the old, messy value of pi.
    Example sentences
    • ‘Wizards,’ I swore, making the average word a cuss.
    • I groaned when my head hit the table and a long stream of cusses came flying out under my breath.
    • Jamie let a string of cusses fly before realising who'd knocked into him.
  • 2 (person)
    tipo, (-pa) (masculine, feminine) [colloquial]

transitive verb

  • [colloquial]she cussed us for being late
    nos puso de vuelta y media por llegar tarde [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Except they were so loud we couldn't hear Pink Floyd and various people started swearing and cussing.
    • I was cussing them and swearing never to watch the show again because the fix was in.
    • They drew swords, and fought fiercely, cussing and insulting each other as swiftly as they threw blows.

intransitive verb

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