n (plural -dies)
- 1paddy (field) arrozal (masculine)More example sentences
- But he did not receive water from the government irrigation scheme in time, the paddy field dried out and he could not get a good harvest.
- ‘It was like a huge group of grasshoppers surrounding a paddy field, ready to ravage the grains,’ the report said.
- The geographical location of the paddy field made the expanse of land that it encompasses brim with surprises - with never ending tales of its own.
- 2( also Paddy)(Irishman) [slang, pejorative/argot, peyorativo] irlandés (masculine)
- 3 (tantrum) (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar], pataleta (feminine) [colloquial/familiar], rabieta (feminine) [colloquial/familiar] he got into a paddy le dio una pataleta or una rabieta or un berrinche [colloquial/familiar]More example sentences
- I wouldn't exactly say he's straight with me either, but at least he doesn't run off in a paddy.
- Crooks explained: ‘He had a bit of a paddy but he's realised that if he is going to stay at the club he has to go along with what I tell him.’
- With that she threw a paddy and put the phone down on him.
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