Usage note
This word may also be spelled “jackoff.”
jack-off
noun
1. (vulgar) (contemptible man) 
a. el pendejo (M) (vulgar) (Latin America) 
Steve is coming to the party too. - What the fuck! Why did you invite that jack-off?Steve viene a la fiesta también. - ¡Qué mierda! ¿Por qué invitaste a ese pendejo?
b. el pelotudo (M) (vulgar) (South America) 
You're a jack-off if you don't return that wallet you found.Eres un pelotudo si no devuelves esa cartera que encontraste.
c. el huevón (M) (vulgar) (Colombia) (Venezuela) 
Leo invited me out to dinner, but he made me pay. - What a jack-off!Leo me invitó a cenar, pero me hizo pagar. - ¡Qué huevón!
d. el gilipollas (M) (vulgar) (Spain) 
Ana's boss is a jack-off. When she told him to get his hand off her knee, he fired her.El jefe de Ana es un gilipollas, cuando ella le dijo que le quitara la mano de la rodilla, la despidió.
2. (vulgar) (man who masturbates) 
a. el pajero (M) (vulgar) 
That jack-off spends his weekends looking at porn.Ese pajero se pasa los fines de semana mirando porno.
adjective
3. (figurative) (vulgar) (related to worthless, immoral activity) 
a. de mierda (invariable) 
While Jim was fighting for his country, that wuss was writing about his jack-off fantasies.Mientras Jim luchaba por su país, ese gallina estaba escribiendo sobre sus fantasías de mierda.
4. (vulgar) (related to masturbation) 
a. de pajero (vulgar) (invariable) 
His mom found his jack-off materials beneath his bed and punished him.Su madre encontró sus cosas de pajero bajo la cama y lo castigó.
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