There are 2 main translations of cristo in English:

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cristo

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There are 2 main translations of cristo in English:

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Cristo

sustantivo masculino

  • armar un Cristo (España) [familiar]
    to kick up o create a fuss
    [familiar]
    con el Cristo en la boca
    with one's heart in one's mouth
    Cristo y la madre [familiar]
    everyone and his brother
    (inglés norteamericano) [familiar]
    the world and his wife
    (inglés británico) [familiar]
    donde Cristo dio las tres voces or perdió la gorra or la alpargata
    (en un lugar — lejano)
    miles away
    (— remoto)
    out in the sticks
    [familiar]
    in the Boonies
    (inglés norteamericano) [familiar]
    hasta verte Cristo mío [familiar]
    [familiar]
    hecho un Cristo (España) [familiar], se puso/iba hecho un Cristo
    he got/he was absolutely filthy o in a real mess
    cuando acabaron con él estaba hecho un Cristo
    he was in a real mess by the time they'd finished with him
    ni Cristo, ni Cristo entiende or no hay Cristo que entienda su letra
    absolutely nobody can understand her handwriting
    poner a alguien como un Cristo (España) [familiar]
    to call somebody every name under the sun
    todo Cristo (España) [familiar]
    absolutely everyone

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