ES cacho
volume_up
{masculine}

1. ichthyology

cacho
volume_up
chub {noun}

2. colloquial

cacho (also: pedazo)
volume_up
chunk {noun} (of bread, meat)
cacho (also: pedazo)
volume_up
gobbet {noun} [coll.] (of food)

3. "pedazo", colloquial

cacho (also: pedazo, pedacito, pizca, ápice)
volume_up
bit {noun}

4. Latin America

cacho (also: pito, cuerno, claxon, bocina)
volume_up
horn {noun}

5. "escarabajo", Ecuador

6. South America

cacho (also: racimo, penca)
volume_up
bunch {noun} (of bananas)
cacho (also: cubilete)
volume_up
shaker {noun} (for dice)

7. "de bananas", South America

cacho (also: manilla, cabeza, juego, racimo)
volume_up
hand {noun}

8. "juego", South America

cacho (also: póquer)

9. "para beber", Chile

cacho (also: cuerna)

10. "cigarrillo de marihuana", Colombia, slang

cacho (also: churro, canuto, metedero, carrujo)
volume_up
joint {noun} [coll.]
cacho (also: varillo, peta, pito, petardo)
volume_up
spliff {noun} [slg.]

Context sentences for "cacho" in English

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Spanishesta mesita es un cacho, no hay dónde ponerla
this table's a real nuisance, there's nowhere to put it
Spanishtenía un cacho chichón en la cabeza
he had a walloping great bump on his head
Spanish¡lo vas a romper, cacho bruto!
Spanishel profesor me cachó copiando
Spanishme quedé con el cacho
Spanishun cacho de pastel

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