There are 2 main translations of huevón in English:

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huevón 1

also: feminine: huevona

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • Un partido y se lesiona el muy huevón.
  • Para Alberto, la palabra huevón no es normal, común y ordinaria.
  • Típicas amigas y típica mina huevona.

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There are 2 main translations of huevón in English:

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huevón 2
also: feminine: huevona

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Felizmente tomé el taxi antes de que el huevón llegara.
  • Ese era yo, el huevón a la vela, el plato de segunda mesa, el rey del montón.
  • Mientras hago mi cola, veo a los huevones más zampados, tirados contra la tela del toldo o incluso buitreando parados.

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