There are 2 translations of cortado in English:

cortado1

(-da)

adj

  • 1 [persona] 1.1[estar] (Esp) (turbado, avergonzado) embarrassed 1.2[estar] (CS) (aturdido) stunned me quedé cortado con la respuesta que me dio I was stunned by her reply, her reply stunned me 1.3[ser] (Esp) (tímido) shy como es tan cortado, no se atrevió a decirle que no being so shy he couldn't bring himself to say no
  • 2[estar] [calle/carretera] closed, closed off la calle está cortada al tráfico the street is closed to traffic carretera cortada por obras road closed (for repairs)
  • 3 3.1 [leche/mayonesa] la leche estaba cortada the milk had curdled, the milk was off o had gone off (BrE) la mayonesa está cortada the mayonnaise is curdled 3.2 [café] with a dash of milk
  • 6 (Chi) [familiar/colloquial] irse cortado (morirse) to drop dead [colloquial/familiar]

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There are 2 translations of cortado in English:

cortado2

m

cortado
  • coffee with a dash of milk

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