feminine noun
1. (triviality) 
a. trifle 
No tenemos mucho dinero. No lo gastes en guaguas.We don't have much money. Don't spend it on trifles.
Me regaló una guagua, pero lo que vale es la intención.The gift was a small thing, but the intention is what counts.
2. (vehicle) (Caribbean) (Spain) 
a. bus 
¿Vamos a ir en tren o en guagua?Are we taking the train or the bus?
3. (container) (Chile) 
a. large jug 
Puedes usar el agua en la guagua para lavarte las manos.You can wash your hands with the water in the large jug.
masculine or feminine noun
4. (infant) (Andes) 
a. baby 
El guagua no deja de llorar. - Debe de tener hambre.The baby won't stop crying. - He must be hungry.
1. (autobús) () 
a. bus 
2. (niño) (Andes) 
a. baby 
(Cuba) (Canarias) bus
(And) small; little
(And) (S. Cone)
1 (bebé) baby
2 (bagatela) trifle; small thing
de guagua (Cuba) (México) free; for nothing
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