1. (crippled) 
a. cojo 
She can't walk too fast because she is lame.No puede caminar muy rápido porque es coja.
b. rengo (Latin America) 
The accident left him lame.El accidente lo dejó rengo.
c. renco (Latin America) 
A landmine blew his foot off and left him lame.Una mina le voló el pie y lo dejó renco.
2. (feeble) 
a. pobre 
What a lame excuse! I don't believe you.¡Qué excusa más pobre! No te creo.
3. (boring) 
a. soso 
You can't be dating Henry! He's so lame!¡No me digas que sales con Henry! ¡Es tan soso!
transitive verb
4. (to cripple) 
The servant was lamed by the king to make sure he would not escape.El rey dejó cojo al sirviente para asegurarse de que no escapara.
b. dejar rengo (Latin America) 
The soldier was lamed by a wound he received in combat.La herida que recibió el soldado en combate lo dejó rengo.
c. dejar renco (Latin America) 
The explosion lamed his right leg.La explosión lo dejó renco de la pierna derecha.
1. (person, animal) 
a. cojo(a) 
to be lameser cojo(a)
to go lamequedarse cojo(a)
2. (excuse, argument) 
a. endeble, pobre 
transitive verb
3. (general) 
a. dejar cojo(a) 
lamé [ˈlɑːmeɪ]
lamé (m)
gold lamé lamé (m) de oro; lamé (m) dorado
...a gold lamé gown ...a Presley clone who struts about in gold lame with leopard-skin cuffs
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