Translation of mollera in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun[familiar/colloquial]
- head ¿quién le ha metido esa idea en la mollera? who put that idea into her head? no le da la mollera para tanto he isn't that smart [familiar/colloquial], he hasn't got that much up top o/or upstairs [familiar/colloquial] está mal de la mollera he's off his head o/or rocker [familiar/colloquial] cerrado or duro de mollera pigheaded [familiar/colloquial]
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