"poquitín" English translation


"poquitín" in English


ES poquitín

1. colloquial

poquitín (also: pizca)
shade {noun} [coll.] (slight amount)
se tiene un poquitín demasiada confianza
he's a shade too confident

Context sentences for "poquitín" in English

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SpanishChichester que en Gran Bretaña la mujer del César ha dado un poquitín que hablar.
I would like to say to Mr Chichester that in Britain Caesar's wife has been putting it about a little bit!
SpanishEs decir, estamos en un momento en que puede ser que haya, una vez más, un poquitín de luz.
In other words, we are at a point where we can once again say that there is a tiny glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel.
Spanish. - (ES) Señor Presidente, practico de vez en cuando un poquitín de plurilingüismo y por eso voy a intentar hablar español ahora.
Mr President, I occasionally indulge in a little multilingualism, and so I am going to try to speak Spanish now.
Spanishes un poquitín tímido