1. (flashing) 
The blinking red light means the printer has run out of paper.La luz roja intermitente significa que se agotó el papel de la impresora.
2. (colloquial) (used to express annoyance) (United Kingdom) 
a. condenado (colloquial) 
Can you get this blinking thing to work?A ver si tú consigues que funcione este condenado aparato.
Don't be such a blinking idiot. Of course I didn't tell her.No seas imbécil. Por supuesto que no se lo dije.
He only does things whenever he blinking feels like it.Solo hace las cosas cuando le da la gana.
3. (colloquial) (used for emphasis) (United Kingdom) 
It's blinking boring to just sit there and watch people passing by.Es un verdadero aburrimiento estar allí sentado viendo pasar a la gente.
It's too blinking hot in here.Aquí hace un calor insoportable.
1. (light) 
a. intermitente 
2. (colloquial) (United Kingdom) 
a. puñetero(a) (for emphasis) 
what a blinking nuisance!¡vaya lata or
you blinking idiot!¡idiota de las narices!
3. (for emphasis) 
it's blinking cold/expensivehace un frío/es caro de narices
blinking [ˈblɪŋkɪŋ]
(Britain) maldito
you blinking idiot! ¡imbécil! (informal)
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