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turd
American English: /tərd/
British English: /təːd/

Translation of turd in Spanish:

noun

[vulgar]
  • 1 (excrement)
    mojón (masculine) [colloquial]
    sorete (masculine) (Río de la Plata) [vulgar]
    cerote (masculine) (Central America) (Mexico) [vulgar]
    Example sentences
    • When dealing with drains and sewers, my family's turds are acceptable.
    • Inmates brandishing plastic bags with turds in them are going from cell door to cell door proudly displaying their accomplishments.
    • We try calling them but the turds weren't answering their 800 number!
    Example sentences
    • The 7 year old was a right obnoxious little turd, who would interrupt our game by hanging over the gate at the end of the garden and shouting at us.
    • We spent long summers visiting, spending weeks at a time with my grandparents having the extended holidays that you can only dream about, while my parents joyfully got rid of three little turds for the entire summer.
    • They're both turds, but H&A has worse acting.
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