1. (piece of wood)
Solo tenía un tarugo para comer junto con la sopa.I had only a chunk of bread to eat with the soup.
4. (colloquial) (pejorative) (idiot)
a. blockhead (colloquial) (pejorative)
¡Sebastián es un tarugo! Puso ropa de color en la lavadora y me tiñó la ropa blanca.Sebastian is a blockhead! He put colored clothes in the washing machine and stained my whites.
5. (culinary) (Mexico)adjective
¿Te gustan los tarugos cubiertos de chile o de azúcar?Do you like tamarind candy balls covered in chile or sugar?
6. (colloquial) (pejorative) (idiotic)
a. stupid (pejorative)
¡No seas tarudo! No puedes entrar en esa colonia.Don't be stupid! You can't go into that neighborhood.
2. (de madera)
a. block of wood
3. (de pan)
a. chunk (of stale bread)
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