There are 3 main translations of pinche in English:

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pinche 1

adjetivo

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There are 3 main translations of pinche in English:

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pinche 2
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  • A veces un tendido eléctrico o de teléfono o hasta un pinche poste de luz le puede causar grandes problemas.
  • Incluso pareciera que tomara vida propia, porque ni con mil pinches lo puedo domar.
  • Cuando amanece muy frisado usos pinches negros y le aplico bastante crema para peinar en las puntas.

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There are 3 main translations of pinche in English:

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pinche 3

sustantivo masculino

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