el pringado, la pringadamasculine or feminine noun
1. (colloquial) (wretch) (Spain)
a. poor devil (colloquial)
Sentí lástima por el pringado cuando lo corrieron.I felt sorry for the poor devil when he was fired.
2. (colloquial) (failure) (Spain)
a. loser (colloquial)
Marcos, tu sabes que no debes pasar tiempo con los pringados de esa pandilla.Marcos, you know that you shouldn't be hanging around the losers in that gang.
3. (colloquial) (person who brings bad luck) (Spain)
Siempre que Juan viene, algo malo pasa. Definitivamente es un pringado.Every time Juan stays here, something bad happens. He's definitely a jinx.
4. (colloquial) (fool) (Spain)
a. sucker (colloquial)
Es la segunda vez que ese pringado cae en un fraude.It's the second time that that sucker has fallen victim to fraud.
1. (colloquial) (Spain)
a. mug, sucker
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