There are 2 main translations of chorro in English:

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chorro 1

sustantivo masculino

  • 4 (México) [familiar] (cantidad) See examples: ¡qué chorro de gente! tiene chorros de dinero
    he's got loads o stacks o pots of money
    [familiar]
    me gusta un chorro salir
    I really love going out
    te extraño un chorro
    I miss you like crazy (inglés norteamericano) o (inglés británico) like mad
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Intempestivamente brotó un chorro de sangre que llegó lejos.
  • La corriente en chorro de frente polar es la más conocida.
  • Un chorro de agua no lo pudo contener.

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There are 2 main translations of chorro in English:

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chorro 2
also: feminine: chorra

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

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