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troche
[familiar]
  • sigue gastando a troche y moche
    he's still spending money like there was no tomorrow o like it was going out of fashion
    [familiar]
    repartió golpes a troche y moche
    he lashed out left and right
    (inglés norteamericano)
    he lashed out left, right and centre
    (inglés británico)
    el dictado tenía faltas a troche y moche
    the dictation was absolutely full of mistakes o was riddled with mistakes o had mistakes all over the place

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    Pronunciation: ˈhɔːti
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