concha [kon-cha]
sustantivo
1. Concha, la cavidad que se halla en el fondo del pabellón de la oreja.
2. Uno de los cornetes o láminas huesosas de la nariz.
3. (Arqueología)

concha
feminine noun
1. shell (de molusco)
2. tortoiseshell (carey)
3. cunt (vulgar) (vulva) (Andes, RP)
masculine or feminine noun
4. (vulgar)
  • concha de su madre -> motherfucker (Andes, RP)

concha [con’-chah]
noun
1. Shell. (f)
2. Oyster. (f)
3. Tortoise-shell. (f)
4. An ancient copper coin, worth about three farthings, or eight maravedis. (f)
  • Concha de nácar -> mother-of-pearl shell
5. Volute, any ornament in the form of a shell, conch. (Architecture) (f)
6. The external ear. (f)
7. Shell of a dagger or cutlass. (f)
8. The shell-shaped covering of the spike of Indian corn. (f)
9. socket of the capstan. (Nautical) (f)
  • Tener muchas conchas -> (Met.) to be very reserved, artful, cunning
10. Flake, chip (porcelana). (f)
11. Prompt, box (teatro.). (f)
12. Nerve, cheek (descaro). (Andes & Caribbean) (f)
  • ¡Qué concha la tuya! -> you’ve got a nerve
13. Sloth, sluggishness (pereza). (Andes) (f)
14. Cartridge case (cartucho). (Caribbean) (f)
15. Concha de su madre, (Cono Sur) son of a bitch, bastard. (f)

concha
1 (Zoología) shell
meterse en su concha to retire into one's shell
tener muchas conchas to be very sharp; be a sly one
tiene más conchas que un galápago he's as slippery as an eel
concha de perla (And) mother-of-pearl
note See culture box in entry camino.
2 (carey) tortoiseshell
3 [de porcelana] flake; chip
4 (Teat) prompt box
5 (And) (Caribe) (descaro) nerve; cheek (familiar)
¡qué concha la tuya! you've got a nerve!; you've got a cheek! (familiar)
6 (And) (pereza) sloth; sluggishness
7 (Latinoamérica)
¡concha(s) de tu madre! bastard! (vulgar); son of a bitch! (vulgar); (EEUU)
Este concha de su madre
8 (Caribe) (cartucho) cartridge case
9 (Caribe) (piel) peel; (corteza) bark

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