Bicho in English | Spanish to English Translation and Dictionary
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bicho
masculine noun
1. (insect)
a. bug
¡Ese bicho me picó!That bug stung me!
2. (animal)
a. beast
El bicho pesa por lo menos 600 kilos.The beast weighs at least 600 kilograms.
3. (mischievous child)
a. pest
Ese niño es un bicho; siempre está haciendo maldades.That boy is a brat; he is always doing wicked things.
4. (anatomy)
a. dick (vulgar)
bicho
masculine noun
1. (informal)
2. beast, animal (animal); bug (insecto)
  • ¿qué bicho le ha picado? what's up with him? (British), what's eating him? (United States)
3. (persona)
  • (mal) bicho nasty piece of work
  • bicho raro weirdo
  • siempre está intentado ligar con todo bicho viviente he'll try to get off with o (British) make out with anything that moves (United States)
  • no hay bicho viviente que se coma esto there isn't a creature alive that would eat that
4. little terror (pillo)
bicho
1 (Zoología) (gen) small animal; (insecto) bug; creepy-crawly (familiar); (Taur) bull; (Cuba) (S. Cone) (gusano) maggot; grub; (And) (serpiente) snake; (Latinoamérica) (animal extraño) odd-looking creature
de puro bicho (Latinoamérica) out of sheer pig-headedness
matar el bicho to quench one's thirst
tener bicho to be dying of thirst
bicho malo nunca muere the devil looks after his own
2 bichos vermin
singular
; (s)
pests
3 (persona) oddball (familiar)
mal bicho rogue; villain; es un mal bicho he's a nasty piece of work; he's a rotter (familiar); todo bicho viviente every living soul; every man-jack of them
bicho raro weirdo (familiar)
4 (niño) brat (familiar)
sí, bichito yes, my love
5 (Centroamérica) (niño) child; little boy
6 (And) (peste aviar) fowl pest
7 (Mil) squaddie (familiar); recruit
8 (Caribe) (chisme) what's-it (familiar); thingummy (familiar)
9 (Centroamérica) (México) (pene) prick (vulgar)
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