Translation of papilla in English:

papilla

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  • (para bebés) baby food, formula (inglés norteamericano/American English) ; (para enfermos) puree, pap echar/devolver la (primera) papilla [familiar/colloquial] to throw up [familiar/colloquial], to puke one's guts up [argot/slang] hacer papilla [familiar/colloquial] [moto/coche] to smash up [person] to beat … to a pulp llegamos hechos papilla we were bushed o/or shattered when we got there [familiar/colloquial]

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