There are 2 main translations of maleta in English:

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There are 2 main translations of maleta in English:

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maleta 2

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (Colombia) (Venezuela) [familiar] (joroba) See examples: ¡qué maleta la de ese tipo!
    that guy is such a pain!
    [familiar]
  • 4
    also: maleta masculino o femenino
    (España) (México) [familiar] (persona inepta) See examples:es un maleta
    he's useless o hopeless
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • La mercancía fue descubierta en el interior de dos maletas de color negro.
  • Les revisaron hasta la más diminuta prenda que traían en la maleta.
  • Hay que cargar una maleta con tirantes anchos, no muy pesada.

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