There are 2 main translations of barrigón in English:

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barrigón 1

also: feminine: barrigona

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • Ahora si me permites, canalla barrigón, me llevaré mis armas.
  • Generalmente uno ve papá barrigón e hijos barrigones.
  • Y un muchachito barrigón escarbaba la tierra en el platanal vecino.

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There are 2 main translations of barrigón in English:

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barrigón 2
also: feminine: barrigona

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • [familiar]es un barrigón
    he's got a bit of a paunch o stomach o [familiar] gut
    es una barrigona
    she's got a bit of a stomach
    [familiar]
    she's rather pudgy (inglés norteamericano) o (inglés británico) podgy around the middle
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Esto pasa por que el barrigón del palacio no respeta las leyes.
  • Algunas canas, un barrigón, y varias arrugas eran las únicas novedades.
  • Barrigón seguirá en carrera pero siempre será la magistrada sospechada a la que salvaron algunos amigos políticos.

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