mono
[ˈmɒnəʊ]
sustantivo
también:
  • in mono -> en mono(aural) (sound recording)

mono [ˈmɒnəʊ]
abbreviation:adjective
monophonic mono; monoaural; monofónico
mono system sistema (m) monoaural
noun
in mono en mono

moño
masculine noun
1. bun (de pelo)
  • hacerse un moño (of hair) -> to put one's hair up in a bun
  • agarrarse del moño (figurative) -> to pull each other's hair out (pegarse)
  • estar hasta el moño (de) (informal) -> to be sick to death (of) (peninsular Spanish)
2. bow (lazo) (Am)
3. bow tie (pajarita) (Mexican Spanish)

moño [mo’-nyo]
noun
1. Hair on the crown of the head tied together; tuft. (m)
2. Tuft of feathers on the heads of birds. (m)
3. A bow of ribbons. (m)
4. Pride, haughtiness (altivez). (Ante Meridian & Latin American) (m)
5. (Cono Sur) To give in. (m)
  • Estar hasta el moño -> to be fed up

moño
1 [de pelo] bun; chignon; (en lo alto de la cabeza) topknot; [de caballo] forelock
se peina con un moño alto she piles her hair on top of her head; hacerse (un) moño to put one's hair up (in a bun); agarrarse del moño to pull each other's hair out
estar hasta el moño to be fed up to the back teeth (familiar)
estar con el moño torcido (Caribe) (México) to have got out of the wrong side of the bed
ponerse moños to give o.s. airs
2 (Ornitología) crest
3 (lazo) bow
4 moños (adornos) fripperies; buttons and bows
5 (Latinoamérica) (altivez) pride; haughtiness
bajar el moño a algn to take sb down a peg
agachar el moño (S. Cone) to give in
6 (S. Cone) bar

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