Translation of bitch in Spanish:

bitch

Pronunciation: /bɪtʃ/

noun/nombre

  • 1 1.1 (female dog) perra (feminine)
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    • A female puppy or bitch reaches sexual maturity at roughly the same age as a male; however, there are variations among breeds and individuals.
    • Both horses and hounds had central heating by flues and the dog kennel alone measured 405 feet long with numerous separate compartments for bitches, puppies and dogs.
    • And, yes, being canine, a female wolf could also be called a bitch.
    1.2 (fox) zorra (feminine); (wolf) loba (feminine); (otter, hyena) hembra (feminine)
  • 3 3.1 (malicious talk) [colloquial/familiar] to have a good bitch chismear or (in Spain, Mexico also/En España, México también) cotillear or (Andes) chismosear or (in River Plate area also/en Río de la Plata también) chusmear or (in Chile also/en Chile también) pelar de lo lindo [colloquial/familiar] 3.2 (complaint) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [colloquial/familiar], queja (feminine)
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    • Watching that smile fade in to horror as she saw herself depicted as a two-faced, backstabbing, malicious bitch was even more priceless.
    • Well, some girls specialise in married men because they're dumb, nasty bitches who genuinely dislike other women.
    • I was being labeled as a volatile, malicious bitch, and whenever anyone said anything to me, they would cower slightly, as if they were just waiting for me to lash out at them.
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    • It's music made by cool bitches for cool bitches like me.
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    • Also, nightshifts are a bitch to write blogposts in.
    • What a bitch, what an absolute and complete bitch.
    • It's a bitch being so multi-talented - an ideal host, an excellent chef, a friend to the stars, a masterful party DJ.
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    • My chiefest bitch is neither the hardware nor the software nor the infrastructure have any feedback mechanism whatsoever.
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    • They're just being Vince's little bitches.
    • We're not totally against the idea, but only if he appears as Jar Jar's bitch.
    • Who's going to be the bitch now?

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

[colloquial/familiar]

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