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panzada

Translation of panzada in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 1 [familiar] (en el agua)
    belly flop
    [familiar]
    se dio una panzada
    he did a belly flop
  • 2 [familiar] 2.1 (comilona) See examples: darse una panzada de algo
    to pig out on something
    [familiar]
    2.2 (hartazgo) See examples: me he dado una panzada de trabajar
    I've worked really hard
    I've worked my butt off
    (inglés norteamericano) [familiar]
    I've worked my guts out
    (inglés británico) [familiar]
Example sentences
  • La prensa amarillista se está haciendo una panzada con esta novela.
  • La prensa amarillista se está haciendo una panzada con esta novela.
  • Ahí sí que era para hacerse una panzada con una Nikkon.

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