There are 3 main translations of porro in English:

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porro 1

also: feminine: porra
Example sentences
  • Parece el plan de memoria presentado por un estudiante porro.
  • Mis compañeras preferían a los mayores, sin importar que fueran los más porros.
  • America Latina se ha convertido en el alumno porro, que hace la cimarra y no le gusta estudiar.

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There are 3 main translations of porro in English:

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porro 2
also: feminine: porra

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • (Chile) [familiar]
    lazy child ( o student etc)
    es el porro de la clase
    he's the laziest kid in the class
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Y un porro en la boca.
  • No fumaba un porro hacía exactamente seis años y medio.
  • No fumaba un porro hacía exactamente seis años y medio.

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There are 3 main translations of porro in English:

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porro 3

sustantivo masculino

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