There are 2 translations of slug in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /slʌg/

noun/nombre

  • 1 [Zoology/Zoología] babosa (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Slugs and snails are mainly nocturnal, and the sun's heat can be fatal to slugs and to all mollusc eggs, so cultivate the soil thoroughly to bring them to the surface.
    • Centipedes also eat slugs and smaller insect pests.
    • Twenty slugs were filmed while receiving 10 swim-eliciting tail stimuli at a 2 min inter-trial interval.
  • 2 2.1 (bullet) bala (feminine), posta (feminine) 2.2 (for slot machine) (American English/inglés norteamericano) ficha (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Three slugs ripped through the space Karl had just vacated.
    • Speaking of feminism, I am no feminist but I do like and respect women so I would have a strong urge to put a .50 calibre slug through the guy in this picture.
    • One shot I missed clear, probably because my abilities were off, but one slug removed his left ear and a clump of his hair, yet the third bullet struck his right shoulder and caused him drop back to the floor.
  • 3 (drink) [colloquial/familiar] trago (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • Hearty Aussie reds like the latter go happily in a sangria-style mix - slip a couple of orange slices into each glass and add a whoosh of soda water, a clunk of ice-cubes and a slug of brandy if it's raining.
    • Makes around 4 litres of cordial (which you can kick up a notch with a splash of soda water and a slug of your favourite gin).
    • The last straw comes when three old Russian ladies snub my invitation to join our flotilla, dog-paddling away as if no one had ever offered them a slug of beer through a ten-foot hose.
    Example sentences
    • Adam frowned and gave him a hard slug in the shoulder.
    • The final slug landed between Furchtner's eyes, and he tumbled out the window.

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Pronunciation: /slʌg/
[colloquial/familiar]

transitive verb/verbo transitivo (-gg-)

  • pegarle* un tortazo a [colloquial/familiar], darle* un mamporro a [colloquial/familiar] to slug it out agarrarse a tortazos [colloquial/familiar]

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