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gutbucket

Pronunciation: /ˈgvtbʌkət; ˈgʌtbʌkɪt/

Translation of gutbucket in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1 (glutton) (British English/inglés británico) glotón, (masculine, feminine), tragón, (masculine, feminine) [colloquial/familiar]
    Example sentences
    • Oddly, none of the 50 ways was taking exercise, you fat, lardy gutbucket.
  • 2 [Music/Música] (before noun/delante del nombre) gutbucket blues blues (masculine) desgarrado
    Example sentences
    • Other highlights include the psychotramatic lullaby of ‘The Talk of Creatures’, the literally glass-shattering gutbucket blues of ‘The Coming of the Crow’, and the Martian Beatles doo-wop of ‘The Simple Song’.
    • For the 1994 film Jason's Lyric, while he was still a member of Jodeci, he hit the studio with James Mtume behind the boards to tackle Bobby Womack's gutbucket classic ‘If You Think You're Lonely Now.’
    • The rawness of these recordings suits the band perfectly, capturing the slide guitar in particular in its gutbucket glory.

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