1. (culinary) 
a. lean 
Vete a la carnicería a por carne momia para el asado.Go to the butcher's shop for some lean meat to grill.
2. (colloquial) (untrendy) (Chile) 
a. square (colloquial) 
Me escapé por la ventana porque el viejo momio no me dejaba salir.I escaped through the window because my square old man wouldn't let me go out.
3. (colloquial) (pejorative) (politics) (Chile) 
Aunque sea un diario momio, la información que publica es veraz.Even if it is a reactionary journal, the information published is true.
masculine noun
4. (colloquial) (sinecure) 
a. cushy job (colloquial) 
¿Te pagan por ir a ver películas? ¡Vaya momio!Are you getting paid for watching movies? What a cushy job!
masculine or feminine noun
5. (colloquial) (pejorative) (politics) (Chile) 
Esos momios son unos mentirosos que se benefician del miedo del pueblo.Those reactionaries are just liars who take advantage of people's fear.
1. (colloquial) (Chile) 
a. square, untrendy 
(ganga) bargain; (extra) extra; (sinecura) cushy job (familiar); (trato) profitable deal
de momio free
[+carne] lean
momioa momia (Chile)
reactionary; right-wing
1 (carroza) square (familiar); fuddy-duddy (familiar)
2 (Política) reactionary; right winger
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