masculine noun
1. (insolence) 
¡Marisa tuvo el descaro de llegar tarde a la reunión sin pedir disculpas!Marisa had the impertinence of arriving late to the meeting, without offering an apology!
b. nerve (colloquial) 
Qué descaro interrumpir al profesor durante su explicación.What a nerve, interrupting the professor during his lecture.
c. cheek (United Kingdom) 
¿Les cobraron dinero extra porque compartieron el plato? ¡Qué descaro!They charged you extra for sharing your dish? What a cheek!
1. (general) 
a. cheek, impertinence 
(insolencia) cheek (familiar); nerve (familiar)
tuvo el descaro de decirme que ... he had the cheek o nerve to tell me that ... (familiar); ¡qué descaro! what a cheek! (familiar); what a nerve! (familiar)
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