Tenía el pelo casposo, como de no habérselo lavado en una semana.His hair was covered in dandruff, as if he hadn't washed it for a week.
2. (colloquial) (old-fashioned) (Spain)
¿Cómo es posible que todavía circulen esas ideas casposas sobre el papel de las mujeres en la sociedad?How is it possible that those antiquated ideas about the role of women in society are still circulating?
3. (colloquial) (shabby) (Spain)
Yo quiero ir a un sitio guay, y no a ese bar casposo al que me llevas siempre.I want to go somewhere cool, and not to that seedy bar you always take me to.
1. (con caspa)
a. covered in dandruff
2. (colloquial) (Spain)
los famosos caspososC-list celebs
3. (colloquial) (Spain)
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