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piggyback

Pronunciation: /ˈpɪgibæk/

Translation of piggyback in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • on piggyback a cuestas, a caballo give me a piggyback! ¡llévame a cuestas or a caballo!
    Example sentences
    • Now, for that, give me a piggyback ride back up this hill.
    • Colin and I were walking up the road in town when he decided he would rather have a piggyback.
    • I'll give Mike a piggyback into the party so he can arrive in style……

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