feminine noun
1. (vehicle) 
Se fueron en moto desde Nueva Escocia hasta Nicaragua. They rode their motorcycle from Nova Scotia to Nicaragua.
b. motorbike (United Kingdom) 
Jeremy monta su moto en el desierto los fines de semana. Jeremy rides his motorbike in the desert on weekends.
c. bike (colloquial) 
Lo que más le gusta es viajar en moto por la autopista Panamericana. What he likes most is traveling the Pan-American Highway on his bike.
2. (orphaned) (Central America) 
a. homeless 
Los niños motos piden limosna en las calles de Tegucigalpa. Homeless children beg in the streets of Tegucigalpa.
El cachorro moto fue rescatado por una viejita. The abandoned puppy was rescued by a little old lady.
1. (general) 
a. motorbike, motorcycle (United Kingdom) 
voy al trabajo en moto I travel to work by (motor)bike
ir como una moto > to be in a rush
ponerse como una moto > (sexualmente) to get really turned on (muy_familiar); get horny (muy_familiar); (con droga) to get high (familiar); (cabrearse) to go off one's head (familiar)
moto acuática moto de agua jet ski
motoa mota
1 (Centroamérica) orphaned; abandoned
2 (And) tailless
(Centroamérica) orphan
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