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vagabundo

  • 1 vagabundo

    adj.
    vagabond, do-nothing, stray, footloose.
    m.
    vagabond, loafer, bum, do-nothing.
    * * *
    1 wandering, roving
    2 peyorativo vagrant
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (trotamundos) wanderer, rover
    2 peyorativo vagrant, tramp, US hobo
    3 (sin casa) tramp, US hobo
    \
    perro vagabundo stray dog
    * * *
    (f. - vagabunda)
    noun
    rover, vagabond
    * * *
    vagabundo, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (=errante) [persona] wandering, roving; [perro] stray
    2) (=pordiosero) vagabond frm; pey vagrant
    2. SM/ F
    1) (=persona errante) wanderer, rover
    2) (=pordiosero) vagabond frm, tramp, bum (EEUU); pey vagrant
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo < perro> stray
    II
    - da masculino, femenino tramp, vagrant
    * * *
    = vagabond, transient, homeless man [homeless people, -pl.], tramp, vagrant, rover, errant, swagman, hobo [hoboes/hobos, -pl.], bagman.
    Ex. Some headings are vague and without scope notes to define them: ROBBERS AND OUTLAWS; CRIME AND CRIMINALS; ROGUES AND vagabonds.
    Ex. The librarian would at the end of such a search have a list of terms such as the following: emigres, evacuees, fugitives, immigration, migrants, migration, naturalisation, population transfers, transients.
    Ex. This article presents the issue of library use by homeless people in the form of two alternating fictional monologues, one in the mind of a homeless man, the other in the mind of a library official.
    Ex. These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex. This paper outlines the problems caused by vagrants who use public libraries as a refuge.
    Ex. Greed and fearlessness linked the Elizabethan sea rover, the 18th-century naval captain hungry for prize money, and the early-Victorian soldier for whom the storming of an Indian city offered the chance of booty.
    Ex. She was the type of kid who was always coming home with a new pet and we're not talking about your standard kitten in a shoebox or errant neighborhood mutt.
    Ex. After colonisation, swagmen wandered the countryside looking for work, looking for gold, running from something, seeking inspiration, or just living off the land.
    Ex. Chicago became the " Hobo Capital of America" during the late nineteenth century.
    Ex. His hand went to the pistol in his belt as he turned and found a ragged, filthy bagman looking up at him from beneath a blanket of newspapers.
    ----
    * hacerse un vagabundo = take to + the road.
    * pensión para vagabundos = flophouse.
    * vagabundos = homeless people.
    * vagabundos, los = homeless, the.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo < perro> stray
    II
    - da masculino, femenino tramp, vagrant
    * * *
    = vagabond, transient, homeless man [homeless people, -pl.], tramp, vagrant, rover, errant, swagman, hobo [hoboes/hobos, -pl.], bagman.

    Ex: Some headings are vague and without scope notes to define them: ROBBERS AND OUTLAWS; CRIME AND CRIMINALS; ROGUES AND vagabonds.

    Ex: The librarian would at the end of such a search have a list of terms such as the following: emigres, evacuees, fugitives, immigration, migrants, migration, naturalisation, population transfers, transients.
    Ex: This article presents the issue of library use by homeless people in the form of two alternating fictional monologues, one in the mind of a homeless man, the other in the mind of a library official.
    Ex: These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex: This paper outlines the problems caused by vagrants who use public libraries as a refuge.
    Ex: Greed and fearlessness linked the Elizabethan sea rover, the 18th-century naval captain hungry for prize money, and the early-Victorian soldier for whom the storming of an Indian city offered the chance of booty.
    Ex: She was the type of kid who was always coming home with a new pet and we're not talking about your standard kitten in a shoebox or errant neighborhood mutt.
    Ex: After colonisation, swagmen wandered the countryside looking for work, looking for gold, running from something, seeking inspiration, or just living off the land.
    Ex: Chicago became the " Hobo Capital of America" during the late nineteenth century.
    Ex: His hand went to the pistol in his belt as he turned and found a ragged, filthy bagman looking up at him from beneath a blanket of newspapers.
    * hacerse un vagabundo = take to + the road.
    * pensión para vagabundos = flophouse.
    * vagabundos = homeless people.
    * vagabundos, los = homeless, the.

    * * *
    vagabundo1 -da
    ‹perro› stray
    niños vagabundos street urchins
    vagabundo2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    hobo ( AmE), tramp ( BrE), vagabond ( liter)
    * * *

    vagabundo
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹ perro stray;

    niños vagabundos street urchins
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    tramp, vagrant
    vagabundo,-a
    I adj (sin rumbo cierto) wandering
    (perro) stray dog
    II m,f (errante) wanderer
    (sin hogar) vagrant, tramp

    ' vagabundo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    vagabunda
    - atorrante
    English:
    bum
    - down-and-out
    - hobo
    - roaming
    - runabout
    - tramp
    - vagrant
    - vagabond
    * * *
    vagabundo, -a
    adj
    [persona] vagrant; [perro] stray
    nm,f
    1. [sin domicilio] tramp, vagrant, US bum
    2. Ven [sinvergüenza] crook
    * * *
    I adj perro stray
    II m, vagabunda f hobo, Br
    tramp
    * * *
    vagabundo, -da adj
    1) errante: wandering
    2) : stray
    vagabundo, -da n
    : vagrant, bum, vagabond
    * * *
    vagabundo n tramp

    Spanish-English dictionary > vagabundo

  • 2 vagabundo

    baɡ̱a'bunđo
    m
    Herumtreiber m, Landstreicher m, Vagabund m
    ( femenino vagabunda) adjetivo
    ————————
    ( femenino vagabunda) sustantivo masculino y femenino
    vagabundo
    vagabundo , -a [baγa'βuDC489F9Dn̩DC489F9Ddo, -a]
    vagabundierend; (perro) streunend; (figurativo) rastlos
    II sustantivo masculino, femenino
    Landstreicher(in) masculino (femenino)

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > vagabundo

  • 3 vagabundo

    a. e s. vagabundo

    Diccionario Español-Gali > vagabundo

  • 4 vagabundo

    vagabundo, -da
    adj. Purinkichu, usupa.

    Diccionario Quechua-Espanol > vagabundo

  • 5 vagabundo

    1. adj
    2) бродяжничающий; странствующий; бродячий
    3) праздношатающийся, слоняющийся без дела
    2. m
    1) бродяга; скиталец
    2) бездельник, лентяй
    3) Вен., Кол., Пан. интриган, склочник

    БИРС > vagabundo

  • 6 vagabundo

    бродяга, бездельник, лентяй
    * * *

    El diccionario Español-ruso jurídico > vagabundo

  • 7 vagabundo

    1. прил.
    1) общ. беспризорный, скитальческий, праздношатающийся, странствующий
    2) тех. блуждающий (напр., о токе)
    3) прост. подзаборный
    2. сущ.
    1) общ. (о человеке) перекати-поле, блуждание, босяк, лентяй, скиталец, странник, бездельник, бродяга
    2) разг. (бродяга) оборванец
    3) устар. шатун

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > vagabundo

  • 8 vagabundo

    1. adj
    бродя́чий; бездо́мный; ( об образе жизни) бродя́жнический, кочево́й
    2. m, f
    бродя́га м и ж

    Diccionario Español-Ruso de Uso Moderno > vagabundo

  • 9 vagabundo

    • bludger
    • bum
    • do nothing
    • down-and-out
    • footloose
    • hanged person
    • hanging
    • hobnail
    • Hobson's choice
    • loafer
    • rambler
    • roam the seas
    • roam the world
    • roamer
    • roaming
    • rover
    • runabout
    • trammel net
    • tramp steamer
    • vagabond
    • vagrant
    • wander without destination
    • wandering

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > vagabundo

  • 10 vagabundo

    • neuspořádaný
    • potulný
    • toulavý
    • tulácký
    m
    • lenoch
    • pobuda
    • tulák
    * * *
    el. bludný (proud)
    • lenošný (život)

    Diccionario español-checo > vagabundo

  • 11 vagabundo

    Diccionario Politécnica español-ruso > vagabundo

  • 12 vagabundo,

    a 1. adj 1) скитнически; скиторещ; 2) странстващ; 2. m 1) скитник; 2) безделник, лентяй.

    Diccionario español-búlgaro > vagabundo,

  • 13 vagabundo

    1. adj
    2) бродяжничающий; странствующий; бродячий
    3) праздношатающийся, слоняющийся без дела
    2. m
    1) бродяга; скиталец
    2) бездельник, лентяй
    3) Вен., Кол., Пан. интриган, склочник

    Universal diccionario español-ruso > vagabundo

  • 14 vagabundo

    vagabund

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > vagabundo

См. также в других словарях:

  • vagabundo — da ‘[Persona o animal] que anda errante’ y ‘[persona] que va de una parte a otra, sin oficio ni domicilio determinado’. Debe evitarse, en la lengua culta, la deformación ⊕ vagamundo, propia del habla popular …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • vagabundo — vagabundo, da adjetivo 1) errante, errabundo, errático. adjetivo y sustantivo 2) ocioso, vago, holgazán. * * * Sinónimos: ■ …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • vagabundo — adj. s. m. 1. Que ou quem vagabundeia ou tem vida errante. = NÔMADA 2. Que ou aquele que não tem ocupação ou que não faz nada. = OCIOSO, TUNANTE, VADIO • adj. 3. Que é pouco constante. = INCONSTANTE, VERSÁTIL, VOLÚVEL   ‣ Etimologia: latim… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • vagabundo — vagabundo, da (Del lat. vagabundus). 1. adj. Que anda errante de una parte a otra. 2. Holgazán u ocioso que anda de un lugar a otro, sin tener oficio ni domicilio determinado. U. t. c. s.) …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Vagabundo — Un vagabundo fotografiado en Nueva York durante la Gran Depresión (Lewis Hine, 1935: Down and out on New York pier). Se conoce como vagabundo a aquella persona que carece de un lugar permanente para residir y se ve obligada a vivir a la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Vagabundo — Infobox Album Name = Vagabundo Type = studio Artist = Robi Dräco Rosa Released = June 18, 1996 Recorded = Genre = Rock en Español Length = 48:13 Label = Sony International Producer = Phil Manzanera Reviews = Last album = Frio (1994) This album =… …   Wikipedia

  • Vagabundo — (Del lat. vagabundus.) ► adjetivo 1 Que va errante sin destino fijo: ■ recogen todos los animales vagabundos que encuentran. TAMBIÉN vagamundo ► adjetivo/ sustantivo 2 SOCIOLOGÍA Se refiere a la persona que vive sin domicilio fijo y sin medio de… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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  • vagabundo — va·ga·bùn·do agg., s.m. OB var. → vagabondo …   Dizionario italiano

  • vagabundo — da adj. Sin domicilio. Errabundo. Que anda de un lugar a otro sin hogar fijo …   Diccionario Castellano

  • Vagabundo y millonario — Título Vagabundo y millonario Ficha técnica Dirección Miguel Morayta Producción Miguel Zacarías …   Wikipedia Español


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