el sangrón, la sangrona
masculine or feminine noun
1. (colloquial) (annoying person) (Central America) (Cuba) (Mexico) 
a. nuisance 
No soporto a mi hermano; es un verdadero sangrón.I can't stand my brother; he's such a nuisance.
2. (colloquial) (irritating) (Central America) (Cuba) (Mexico) 
a. annoying 
El carácter sangrón de Marcos hace que sea muy desagradable trabajar con él.Marcos' annoying character makes it very unpleasant to work with him.
La tipa sangrona que trabajaba en la agencia nos dijo bruscamente que tomáramos asiento.The disagreeable woman who worked at the agency brusquely told us to take a seat.
3. (charging too much) (Honduras) 
Conozco a pocos traductores sangrones. Todos cobran demasiado poco.I know few overpriced translators. Most of them charge too little.
4. (crude) (El Salvador) 
a. vulgar 
Mi hermano contó un chiste sangrón en la cena familiar, y mis padres le reprendieron.My brother told a vulgar joke during the family dinner, and my parents scolded him.
1. (colloquial) () 
a. nasty 
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