Translation of jackass in Spanish:

jackass

Pronunciation: /ˈdʒækæs/

n

  • 1.1 [Zoology/Zoología] asno (m), burro (m)
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    • He could tame a stallion, breed a jackass, lead an army and charm the ladies.
    • Normally I'd view these matters with detachment, but to find a race-horse among jackasses is an exciting thing, and a great occasion for the empire.
    • If he had the ears of a horse he'd look like a jackass.
    1.2 (fool) [colloquial/familiar] zopenco, (masculine, feminine) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • First, you had every right to break up with me because I was a complete jackass and a moron and you had every right.
    • Hey beautiful… don't worry about the jackasses in the school, tomorrow you will be loved again.
    • Please keep up the good work, including your relative distance from the Labor Party hack jackasses.

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