Translation of hangover in Spanish:
- 1 (from drinking) resaca (feminine), cruda (feminine) (Central America/América Central) (Mexico/México) [colloquial/familiar], guayabo (masculine) (Colombia) [colloquial/familiar], ratón (masculine) (Venezuela) [colloquial/familiar]Example sentences
- These side-effects are far more severe than a hangover and can act as a strong deterrent to drinking.
- But, as with so many high-flyers of the 80s, the headaches and the hangovers were on their way.
- Never have collective headaches and hangovers been better earned.
- 2 (survival) vestigio (masculine), reliquia (feminine) a hangover from earlier times un vestigio or una reliquia de tiempo pasadosExample sentences
- One feature that he sees as a hangover from the past is how people react when they have made mistakes.
- I guess it's a hangover from my childhood in Japan: I find koi extremely calming.
- This could be a hangover from communism, while there could be other influences.
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