1. (pejorative) (antiquated) (Spain)masculine or feminine noun
Amalia va a un colegio muy carca para niñas.Amalia goes to a very old-fashioned girls school.
b. fuddy-duddy (colloquial) (pejorative)
El tío Yago nos tiene cansados con sus ideas carcas sobre los móviles y los ordenadores.We're fed up with uncle Yago's fuddy-duddy ideas about cell phones and computers.
2. (old-fashioned person) (Spain)
a. old fogey
Gustavo era un hippy de joven pero ahora está hecho un carca.Gustavo used to be a hippy when he was young, but he's turned into an old fogey now.
Mis padres son unos viejos carcas que no me dejan salir sola de noche.My parents are old fuddy-duddies who won't let me go out alone at night.
a. old fogy
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