feminine noun
1. (medicine) 
a. lump (bump) 
Juan tiene una roncha en la frente del tamaño de un huevo.Juan has a lump on his forehead the size of an egg.
b. swelling (puffiness) 
La picadura de la araña me provocó una gran roncha en el pie.The spider bite created a large swelling on my foot.
2. (thin piece) 
a. slice 
El pescadero cortó el salmón en ronchas.The fishmonger cut the salmon in slices.
1. (general) 
a. lump 
1 (hinchazón) swelling
hacer roncha (S. Cone) to create an impression
levantar roncha (Caribe) to pass a dud cheque (familiar)
sacar roncha to cause an upset
2 (cardenal) bruise
3 (rodaja) slice
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