There are 2 main translations of canuto in English:

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canuto 1

also: feminine: canuta

adjetivo

  • (Chile) [familiar] [peyorativo]
    protestant
    pasarlas canutas (España) [familiar]
    to have a terrible time
    las pasé canutas para quitarme el anillo
    I had a terrible job o time getting my ring off
    [familiar]

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There are 2 main translations of canuto in English:

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canuto 2

sustantivo masculino

  • 1 (tubo)
    document tube
  • 3
    (Chile) [familiar] [peyorativo] (Religión)
    protestant
Example sentences
  • Canuto ese año era una mezcla de príncipe azul con héroe nacional.
  • La edad según los canutos En el tronco de los cachos se le ven como unos anillos, que en el campo le llaman canutos.
  • Tal vez los únicos momentos en los que alcanzo ciertas profundidades reflexivas es después de un buen canuto.

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