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Translation of trago in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 2.1 (experiencia) See examples: ha pasado un trago amargo con lo del divorcio
    he's had a rough time o (inglés británico) been through a rough patch with the divorce
    ese sí que fue un mal trago
    that really was an awful experience
    2.2 (España) [familiar] (de una persona) See examples: ¡vaya trago que tiene la tía!
    that woman takes some putting up with!
Example sentences
  • Tomando unos tragos con los amigos y Pin!
  • De esta forma entró en confianza y le dio de beber trago corto.
  • De un buen trago con mis amigos, de la tertulia.

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