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cacho

Translation of cacho in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 6 (Chile) [familiar] (cosa inútil, molesta) See examples: esta mesita es un cacho, no hay dónde ponerla
    this table's a real nuisance, there's nowhere to put it
    me quedé con el cacho
    I got stuck with the damned thing
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Quieren arrastrarlo a él y de paso a mí por el mismo cacho.
  • Ud Presidente, decidió tomar “el toro por los cachos”.
  • Un verdadero cacho esto de la Cuenta RUT!

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