1. (colloquial) (bad) (Spain)
Ese lunar tiene una pinta muy chunga. Será mejor que vayas al dermatólogo.That mole looks pretty dodgy. You'd better go to the dermatologist.
b. dicey (colloquial)
La situación entre mis padres está chunga y creo que se acabarán divorciando.The situation between my parents is dicey and I think they'll end up getting a divorce.
2. (colloquial) (sick) (Spain)
Mi abuelo está un poco chungo y el doctor dice que puede que no se recupere.My grandfather is feeling dodgy and the doctor says he may not make it
3. (colloquial) (difficult) (Spain)
El examen de historia fue chungo y no creo que apruebe nadie.The history exam was dodgy and I don't think anyone will pass.
4. (colloquial) (mean) (Spain)
Cris es una tía muy chunga que no tiene ninguna empatía.Cris is a really nasty woman who has no empathy.
5. (colloquial) (broken) (Spain)adverb
Llamé al técnico porque el lavavajillas está chungo y a veces no funciona.I called the repairman because the dishwasher is dodgy and sometimes it doesn't work.
6. (colloquial) (badly) (Spain)
a. horrible, nasty
la cosa está chungait's a real bitch
a. no direct translation
tomarse algo a chungato take something as a joke, not to take something seriously
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