Hay 3 traducciones principales de fag en Español

: fag1fag2fag3

fag1

Pronunciación /fæɡ//faɡ/

nombre

Britanico
coloquial

  • 1

    (chore)
    to be a fag ser un coñazo España vulgar slang coloquial
  • 2

    (schoolboy)
    alumno que está al servicio de un alumno mayor

verbo intransitivofagged, fagging

Britanico
coloquial

  • 1

    hacer trabajitos para un alumno mayor
    novatear

Hay 3 traducciones principales de fag en Español

: fag1fag2fag3

fag2

maricón, n.

Pronunciación /fæɡ//faɡ/

nombre

EEUU
malsonante despectivo, argot

  • 1

    (male homosexual)
    maricón masculino coloquial malsonante despectivo

Hay 3 traducciones principales de fag en Español

: fag1fag2fag3

fag3

cigarrillo, n.

Pronunciación /fæɡ//faɡ/

nombre

Britanico
coloquial

  • 1

    (cigarette)
    cigarrillo masculino
    pitillo masculino coloquial
    pucho masculino Cono Sur coloquial
    • ‘A fag is a cig,’ he rolled his eyes at her stupidity.
    • You're the one who puts the fag in your mouth, you make the choice to smoke.
    • She won't let Alvin smoke his spliffs and fags inside any more.
    • And then there was the time we went round the school with a note from Jenkins saying we were doing a study into the effects of cigarette smoke, and could we have some of your fags please sir/miss?
    • All I know is I've not touched a drop, not smoked a fag, I've eaten bags and bags of fruit and played a couple of games of football.
    • Caleb's rasping chords sound like he's just smoked 50 fags but he remains tuneful and purveys strong emotion whether exhilaration, tenderness or pain.
    • Midnight came and went and suddenly it was 3.00 am, I'd drunk a shedload of Guinness, smoked a fair few fags and was starting to feel dopey.
    • The soundtrack to Rachel Lowe's video piece is more restrained - on two screens side by side we watch a woman smoke fags and drink coffee, and hear the fuzzy hubbub of the nowheresville shopping mall she's in.