1. (colloquial) (vulgar) (general) (Spain)
La huelga es una jodienda porque ahora nunca completaremos nada.The strike is a pain because now we'll never get anything done.
b. pain in the ass (colloquial) (United States)
Menuda jodienda que estén haciendo obras en esta calle. ¿Por dónde pasarán los coches ahora?It's a pain in the ass that they are doing work on this street. Where will the cars be able to go through?
c. pain in the arse (colloquial) (United Kingdom)
Sé que es una jodienda repetir curso, pero no hay alternativa.I know that resitting a course is a pain in the arse but there is no other way.
1. (vulgar) (Spain)
a. pain (in the
b. arse o (United Kingdom)
c. ass) (United States)
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