calabaza

calabaza
feminine noun
1. (fruit) 
a. pumpkin 
Hice tarta de calabaza como postre.I made pumpkin pie for dessert.
b. squash (United States) 
A mi mamá la encanta la calabaza asada.My mom loves roasted squash.
c. gourd (dried) 
El vaquero llevaba su agua en una calabaza.The cowboy carried his water in a gourd.
2. (colloquial) (idiot) 
a. dummy (colloquial) 
No te malgastes el tiempo explicándole las cosas a esa calabaza.Don't waste your time explaining things to that dummy.
calabaza
Noun
1. (general) 
a. pumpkin, gourd 
2. (fam fig) 
dar calabazas a alguiento turn somebody down
calabaza
1 (Botánica) pumpkin; (recipiente) gourd; calabash
2 (idiota) dolt
3 (cabeza) bonce (muy_familiar); nut (familiar); noggin (muy_familiar); (EEUU)
4
dar calabazas a [+candidato, estudiante] to fail; [+amante] to jilt; (ofender) to snub; offend; llevarse o recibir calabazas [+estudiante] to fail; [+amante] to be jilted; salir calabaza to be a flop (familiar); prove a miserable failure
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