There are 2 main translations of hippy in Spanish:

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hippy 1

also: hippie
Pronunciation: / ˈhɪpi /American English: /ˈhɪpi/
British English: /ˈhɪpi/

noun plural -pies

  • (before noun) (cult/gear/era)
    Example sentences
    • He was on the expressway for hours and no one would stop since he looked like a hippie with long hair and a beard.
    • It wasn't all dirty long-haired hippies with flowers in their hair.
    • Her parents were intellectual hippies who moved in drug circles and her godfather was LSD guru Dr Timothy Leary.

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There are 2 main translations of hippy in Spanish:

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hippy 2

adjective -pier, -piest

  • (with prominent hips)
    (American English)
    caderudo [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • He couldn't figure how sensibly clothed, satirical, sarcastic, sassy Jo had come from this hippy woman standing in front of him.
    • I found the fitted top with those jeans made her look too hippy and pear-shaped.

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