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strumpet

  • 1 noche de bodas

    Ex. She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.
    * * *

    Ex: She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.

    Spanish-English dictionary > noche de bodas

  • 2 noche nupcial

    Ex. She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.
    * * *

    Ex: She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.

    Spanish-English dictionary > noche nupcial

  • 3 prostituta

    f.
    prostitute.
    * * *
    1 prostitute
    * * *
    f., (m. - prostituto)
    * * *
    = prostitute, whore, slut, courtesan, tart, hooker, slag, slapper, strumpet.
    Ex. The unholy and more holy sources of community information are mentioned from pimps and prostitutes to the preacher and the policeman.
    Ex. In penitentiaries, nuns & whores shared a similar lifestyle & regimen, reducing the social & moral space between them.
    Ex. The ratings war between TV programmes has produced an emphasis on 'nuts, sluts, & perverts' & their victims, & discussion of sexual problems are commonplace on TV talk shows.
    Ex. This essay examines the status of courtesans in the Roman Empire.
    Ex. She loves wearing lots of make up and looking like a tart.
    Ex. The actual quotation from Castro's 1992 speech reads as follows: 'There are hookers, but prostitution is not allowed in our country'.
    Ex. Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex. Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex. She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.
    ----
    * conductor que busca los servicios de una prostituta = kerb-crawler [curb-crawler, -USA].
    * solicitar los servicios de una prostituta desde el coche = kerb-crawling [curb-crawling, -USA].
    * trabajar como prostituta en la calle = work + the streets.
    * * *
    = prostitute, whore, slut, courtesan, tart, hooker, slag, slapper, strumpet.

    Ex: The unholy and more holy sources of community information are mentioned from pimps and prostitutes to the preacher and the policeman.

    Ex: In penitentiaries, nuns & whores shared a similar lifestyle & regimen, reducing the social & moral space between them.
    Ex: The ratings war between TV programmes has produced an emphasis on 'nuts, sluts, & perverts' & their victims, & discussion of sexual problems are commonplace on TV talk shows.
    Ex: This essay examines the status of courtesans in the Roman Empire.
    Ex: She loves wearing lots of make up and looking like a tart.
    Ex: The actual quotation from Castro's 1992 speech reads as follows: 'There are hookers, but prostitution is not allowed in our country'.
    Ex: Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex: Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex: She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.
    * conductor que busca los servicios de una prostituta = kerb-crawler [curb-crawler, -USA].
    * solicitar los servicios de una prostituta desde el coche = kerb-crawling [curb-crawling, -USA].
    * trabajar como prostituta en la calle = work + the streets.

    * * *

     

    prostituta sustantivo femenino prostitute
    ' prostituta' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    macarra
    - zorra
    - golfa
    - puta
    English:
    call-girl
    - kerb-crawling
    - prostitute
    - solicit
    - soliciting
    - streetwalker
    - hooker
    * * *
    prostitute
    * * *
    f prostitute
    * * *
    prostituta n prostitute

    Spanish-English dictionary > prostituta

  • 4 puta

    intj.
    fuck.
    f.
    * * *
    1 tabú prostitute, whore
    \
    de puta madre tabú great, brilliant, bloody fantastic
    de puta pena tabú dreadful, bloody awful
    ir de putas tabú to go whoring
    ni puta idea tabú not a bloody clue
    pasarlas putas tabú to go through hell
    * * *
    femenino (vulg & pey) ( prostituta) prostitute, whore (colloq & pej), hooker (colloq)

    hijo (de) putason of a bitch (vulg), bastard (vulg)

    * * *
    = whore, slut, tart, hooker, slag, slapper, strumpet.
    Ex. In penitentiaries, nuns & whores shared a similar lifestyle & regimen, reducing the social & moral space between them.
    Ex. The ratings war between TV programmes has produced an emphasis on 'nuts, sluts, & perverts' & their victims, & discussion of sexual problems are commonplace on TV talk shows.
    Ex. She loves wearing lots of make up and looking like a tart.
    Ex. The actual quotation from Castro's 1992 speech reads as follows: 'There are hookers, but prostitution is not allowed in our country'.
    Ex. Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex. Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex. She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.
    ----
    * casa de putas = brothel, bawdy house [bawdyhouse].
    * de puta madre = fantastic, wicked, swell, the dog's bollocks, the bee's knees, the cat's meow, the cat's pyjamas, the cat's whiskers, badass.
    * de puta pena = appalling, deplorable, awful.
    * hijo de puta = rotter.
    * ir de putas = whoring.
    * no tener ni puta idea = not get + Posesivo + shit together.
    * no tener ni puta idea sobre Algo = not know the first thing about.
    * pasarlas putas = jump through + hoops, be to hell and back.
    * * *
    femenino (vulg & pey) ( prostituta) prostitute, whore (colloq & pej), hooker (colloq)

    hijo (de) putason of a bitch (vulg), bastard (vulg)

    * * *
    = whore, slut, tart, hooker, slag, slapper, strumpet.

    Ex: In penitentiaries, nuns & whores shared a similar lifestyle & regimen, reducing the social & moral space between them.

    Ex: The ratings war between TV programmes has produced an emphasis on 'nuts, sluts, & perverts' & their victims, & discussion of sexual problems are commonplace on TV talk shows.
    Ex: She loves wearing lots of make up and looking like a tart.
    Ex: The actual quotation from Castro's 1992 speech reads as follows: 'There are hookers, but prostitution is not allowed in our country'.
    Ex: Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex: Sleeping around does not make a woman a slag or a slapper -- a look at sex, lies and sterotypes that still persist today.
    Ex: She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.
    * casa de putas = brothel, bawdy house [bawdyhouse].
    * de puta madre = fantastic, wicked, swell, the dog's bollocks, the bee's knees, the cat's meow, the cat's pyjamas, the cat's whiskers, badass.
    * de puta pena = appalling, deplorable, awful.
    * hijo de puta = rotter.
    * ir de putas = whoring.
    * no tener ni puta idea = not get + Posesivo + shit together.
    * no tener ni puta idea sobre Algo = not know the first thing about.
    * pasarlas putas = jump through + hoops, be to hell and back.

    * * *
    A ( vulg pey) (prostituta) prostitute, whore ( colloq pej), hooker ( colloq)
    ir de putas to go whoring ( colloq)
    hijo (de) puta son of a bitch ( vulg), bastard ( vulg)
    hace un frío de la gran puta shit, it's freezing! ( vulg), it's goddamn ( AmE) o ( BrE) bloody cold! (sl)
    venía de un humor de la gran puta ( RPl); he was in a foul mood ( colloq)
    B ( vulg)
    (uso expletivo): ¡la puta! (expresandoasombro) shit! (sl), wow! ( colloq), jeez! ( AmE colloq), bloody hell! ( BrE sl) (— fastidio) shit! (sl), damn! ( colloq)
    mira que son lentos ¡la puta! they're so damned slow! ( colloq), they're so slow, damn them! ( colloq)
    nos/les fue como las putas ( Col vulg); we/they had a really lousy time ( colloq), we/they had a bloody awful time ( BrE sl)
    nos/les fue de putas ( Col vulg); we/they had an amazing time ( colloq)
    * * *

     

    puta sustantivo femenino (vulg & pey) ( prostituta) whore (colloq & pej), hooker (colloq);

    puta f pey whore

    ' puta' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hijo
    English:
    son
    - whore
    - bastard
    - bugger
    - hooker
    - tart
    * * *
    puta nf
    1. muy Fam whore;
    ir o [m5] irse de putas to go whoring;
    ¡me cago en la puta! [indica enfado, contrariedad] fucking hell!, fuck it!;
    pasarlas putas to have a really shit time;
    ser más puta que las gallinas to be a real old tart o Br slag o Br slapper;
    RP
    de la gran puta: hace un frío de la gran puta it's Br bloody o US goddamn freezing;
    se armó un lío de la gran puta it was Br bloody o US goddamn chaos
    * * *
    f pop
    whore;
    ir(se) de putas pop go whoring
    * * *
    puta nf
    : whore, slut

    Spanish-English dictionary > puta

  • 5 ramera

    f.
    1 whore.
    2 prostitute, harlot, hooker, street-walker.
    * * *
    1 whore, prostitute
    * * *
    SF whore, prostitute
    * * *
    femenino prostitute
    * * *
    Ex. She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.
    * * *
    femenino prostitute
    * * *

    Ex: She was is a bit of a strumpet and was nearly killed by her husband on her wedding night when he discovered that she was pregnant.

    * * *
    prostitute
    * * *

    ramera sustantivo femenino
    prostitute
    ' ramera' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    zarrapastrosa
    - zarrapastroso
    English:
    floozie
    - floozy
    * * *
    ramera nf
    whore, US hooker
    * * *
    f whore, prostitute
    * * *
    ramera nf
    : harlot, prostitute

    Spanish-English dictionary > ramera

  • 6 pelleja

    f.
    1 skin or hide stripped from an animal (piel).
    2 a strumpet. (Low)
    3 whore (puta).
    4 sheepskin.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=piel) skin, hide
    2) * (=prostituta) whore
    3) * (=mujer delgada) thin woman
    4) Esp ** (=cartera) wallet, billfold (EEUU)
    * * *
    femenino sheepskin
    * * *
    femenino sheepskin
    * * *
    sheepskin
    * * *
    [piel] hide, skin

    Spanish-English dictionary > pelleja

  • 7 mujercilla

    f.
    1 a worthless woman: jade, hussy; a strumpet.
    2 hilding, a sorry, paltry, cowardly fellow.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mujercilla

  • 8 pobreta

    f.
    strumpet, prostitute.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pobreta

  • 9 tusona

    f.
    1 strumpet, having her head and eyebrows either shaved, as a punishment, or lost from disease.
    2 filly not two years old. (Andalucía)
    3 whore, hooker, prostitute, street-walker.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tusona

См. также в других словарях:

  • Strumpet — Strum pet, a. Of or pertaining to a strumpet; characteristic of a strumpet. [1913 Webster] Out on thy more than strumpet impudence. B. Jonson. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Strumpet — Strum pet, v. t. 1. To debauch. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To dishonor with the reputation of being a strumpet; hence, to belie; to slander. [1913 Webster] With his untrue reports, strumpet your fame. Massinger. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Strumpet — Strum pet, n. [OE. strumpet, strompet; cf. OF. stupe debauchery, F. stupe, L. stuprare, stupratum, to debauch, stuprum debauchery, Gael. & Ir. striopach a prostitute.] A prostitute; a harlot. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • strumpet — (n.) early 14c., of uncertain origin. One theory connects it with L. stuprata, fem. pp. of stuprare have illicit sexual relations with, or L.L. strupum dishonor, violation. Others suggest M.Du. strompe a stocking, or strompen to stride, to stalk… …   Etymology dictionary

  • strumpet — [n] prostitute call girl*, harlot, hooker, hussy, lady of the evening*, slut, streetwalker, whore, woman of the street*; concept 412 …   New thesaurus

  • strumpet — ► NOUN archaic or humorous ▪ a female prostitute or a promiscuous woman. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • strumpet — [strum′pit] n. [ME < ?] a prostitute; harlot …   English World dictionary

  • strumpet —    To Shakespeare, who uses this word vocatively in, e.g. Hamlet, The Winter’s Tale, Othello, ‘strumpet’ meant a prostitute. It is doubtful if a modern woman would understand it in that sense. She would think it a very old fashioned word, one… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • strumpet — noun a) A female prostitute; a woman who is very sexually active. Usage note often used as bit of strumpet, piece of strumpet. b) A female adulterer. Usage note derogatory …   Wiktionary

  • strumpet — UK [ˈstrʌmpɪt] / US noun [countable] Word forms strumpet : singular strumpet plural strumpets old fashioned an insulting word for a woman who has a lot of sexual relationships or has sex with people who pay her money …   English dictionary

  • strumpet — noun Etymology: Middle English Date: 14th century prostitute 1a …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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