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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (cap of a cane or walking stick)
a. tip
El anciano empujó la puerta con el regatón de su bastón.The old man pushed the door with the tip of his walking stick.
b. ferrule
Este antiguo bastón, con su empuñadura de marfil y su regatón de plata, perteneció a mi tatarabuelo.This old cane, with its ivory handle and its silver ferrule, belonged to my great-great-grandfather.
2. (pointed end of a lance)
a. point
La sangre del toro brillaba en el regatón de la vara del picador.The bull's blood glimmered on the point of the picador's lance.
3. (very small stream)
a. small brook
Dejé el camino, crucé un regatón y me adentré en un verde prado donde pastaban unas vacas.I left the trail, crossed over a small brook, and went into a green meadow where some cows were grazing.
4. (music)
a. reggaeton
Los muchachos bailan regatón en la discoteca.The kids are dancing reggaeton in the club.
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[de bastón] tip; ferrule
(Com) haggling
(Caribe) (restos) dregs
; (p)
(México) (comerciante) small-time dealer
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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