There are 4 main translations of paleto in English:

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paleto 1

also: feminine: paleta

adjetivo

  • (España) [familiar] [peyorativo] no seas paleto
    don't be such a yokel o (inglés norteamericano) hick
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Me parece un look digno de una domadora de circo paleto.
  • Ruego alguien me lo explique en lenguaje modo paletos.
  • Que en España somos tan paletos que pedimos el DNI.

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paleto 2

adverbio

  • (España) [familiar] [peyorativo] viste muy paleto
    he dresses like a yokel o (inglés norteamericano) hick [familiar]

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paleto 3
also: feminine: paleta

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • "En esta ciudad nos merecemos el titulo de ""paletos universales""."
  • Somos unos pillos y unos auténticos paletos.
  • Nos ven como gente de segunda división, como paletos.

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paletó

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