masculine noun
1. (hit with a club) 
a. blow 
Los detenidos presentaron una queja contra la policía por los porrazos que les dieron.The detainees filed a complaint against the police for the blows they had received.
b. thump 
El ladrón sintió un porrazo en la espalda y huyó.The thief felt a thump on his back and fled.
2. (colloquial) (bang from an accident) 
a. bump 
El jinete no tuvo lesiones pese al porrazo que se dio al caerse del caballo.The rider wasn't hurt despite the bump he suffered when he fell from his horse.
Me di un porrazo en la cabeza cuando me caí por las escaleras que casi me desmayo.I banged my head so hard when I fell down the stairs that I nearly passed out.
Si sigues saltando así en la mesa, vas a pegarte un porrazo en el techo.If you keep jumping on the table like that, you'll whack your head on the ceiling.
1. (golpe) 
a. blow 
2. (caída) 
a. bump 
1 (golpe) thump; blow; (caída) bump
le di un porrazo con la silla I whacked him with the chair; me di un porrazo contra la puerta I banged myself on the door
[darse] un porrazo con o contra algo
de porrazo (Latinoamérica) in one go
de golpe y porrazo suddenly
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