pica [pai-ka]
sustantivo
1. Lectura, cícero, letra de doce puntos.
  • Small pica -> lecturita, letra de unos diez u once puntos
2. (Med.

pica [ˈpaɪkə]
noun
(Med) (Veterinary Science) pica (f); (Tip) cícero (m);

pica
feminine noun
1. pike (lanza)
  • poner una pica en Flandes (figurative) -> to do the impossible
2. goad, picador's spear (bullfighting)
3. ticket inspector (informal) (revisor de tren)
also:
  • picas -> spades (palo de baraja)

pica [pee’-cah]
noun
1. Pike, a long lance. (f)
2. A bullfighter’s javelin. (f)
3. Pica, a depraved appetite for things unfit for food, as chalk, etc. A pica seca, with great labor and without utlity. (Medical) (f)
4. Spades (naipes). (f)
noun
5. Inspector (de autobús). (m)

pica
(Ornitología) magpie
pica
(Mil) pike; (Taur) goad; (pene) prick (vulgar)
poner una pica en Flandes to bring off a real coup; achieve a signal success
pica
(And) (Agr) tapping of rubber trees; (of rubber trees)
pica
1 (And) (resentimiento) pique; resentment
2 (S. Cone) (mal humor) annoyance; irritation
sacar pica a algn to annoy sb
pica
[de autobús] inspector
pica
(And) (Centroamérica) (Caribe) (camino) forest trail; narrow path

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