There are 2 main translations of metepatas in English:

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metepatas 1

adjetivo plural metepatas

  • [familiar]¡qué metepatas es!
    he's always putting his foot in it
    [familiar]
    he's always making blunders o gaffes

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There are 2 main translations of metepatas in English:

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metepatas 2

sustantivo masculino y femenino plural metepatas

[familiar]
  • es una metepatas
    she's always putting her foot in it
    [familiar]
    she's always making blunders o gaffes
Example sentences
  • "Ahora que para ""metepatas"", Rajoy."
  • A estas alturas también se ha ganado el título de ' metepatas '.
  • El carisma es no ser metepatas, carisma de la prudencia.

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