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bomba

Translation of bomba in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 6
    (México) (popular verse recited to music)
  • 9 (Perú) [familiar] (borrachera) See examples: se pegó una bomba
    he had a skinful
    [familiar]
    he got plastered
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Actúa de lubricante para la junta de la bomba del agua.
  • Durante las fumigaciones estaba atemorizado de que vayan a lanzar una bomba.
  • Si igual al explotar la bomba se los iban a bajar.

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