1. (animal) 
a. el asno (M) 
The jackasses on our farm were always more stubborn than the horses.Los asnos de nuestra granja siempre fueron más tercos que los caballos.
b. el burro (M) 
They used jackasses to pull the carriage, because the horses were sick.Usaron burros para tirar del carruaj, porque los caballos se enfermaron.
2. (colloquial) (fool) 
That jackass locked his keys in his car for the fifth time this week.Es la quinta vez que ese burro deja las llaves dentro del carro esta semana.
1. (male donkey) 
a. el burro m, asno (M) 
2. (colloquial) 
a. el burro(a) m,f, animal (M)la burro(a) m,f, animal (F) (person) 
jackass [ˈdʒækæs]
(donkey) asno (m); burro (m); (person) burro (m);
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