hacha
feminine noun
1. ax
  • desenterrar el hacha de guerra (figurative) -> to sharpen one's sword
  • ser un hacha (informal) -> to be a whiz o an ace

hacha [ah’-chah]
noun
1. A large taper with four wicks. (f)
2. An axe or hatchet. (f)
  • Hacha de armas -> battleaxe
3. Ancient Spanish dance. (f)
4. Genius. (Figurative) (f)
  • Es un hacha para el bridge -> he’s a genius at bridge

hacha
1 (herramienta) axe; ax; (EEUU) (pequeña) hatchet
desenterrar el hacha de guerra to renew hostilities
enterrar el hacha de guerra to bury the hatchet
hacha de armas battle-axe
2
dar con el hacha a algn (S. Cone) to tear sb off a strip (familiar)
de hacha (Chile) unexpectedly; without warning
estar con el hacha (S. Cone) to have a hangover (familiar)
de hacha y tiza (S. Cone) tough; virile; brawling
ser un hacha
María es un hacha María is a real star; es un hacha para el fútbol he's brilliant at football; he's a brilliant footballer
hacha
1 (vela) large candle
2 (haz de paja) bundle of straw
hacha
adjetivo
(México)
estar hacha to be ready
ser hacha para la ropa to be hard on one's clothes

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