Traducción de piggy en Español:


cerdito, n.

Pronunciación /ˈpɪɡi//ˈpɪɡi/

nombrePlural piggies


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    cerdito masculino
    chanchito masculino América Latina



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    (fingers) regordete
    (fingers) rechoncho
    those piggy eyes esos ojitos redondos y brillantes
    • IT has been compared to an angry ant, a sawn-off shotgun and a wild boar, its twin headlights shining like angry piggy eyes.
    • She was tall, had a stern face and piggy little eyes, and was wearing a pink plastic mac.
    • His piggy eyes, deep set and sunken in his fat, pink head, glinted like Mercury marbles and darted left and right in confusion.
    • They have tiny, piggy eyes that seem to follow me with suspicion.
    • He is plump, with piggy little eyes and not much hair, and he wears a suit and cufflinks and scent.
    • One was big and burly, with piggy little eyes and a big lower lip that hung down.
    • At this the man who had captured Darren became suddenly alert, his piggy little eyes narrowing.
    • Her face was fat and puffy and her piggy eyes were enveloped by her cheeks.
    • The presenter was one of those creepy guys with piggy eyes, moist hands and a face that just ached to be slapped.
    • It was the movement of a small, fat, middle aged woman with a scarlet complexion, piggy eyes and a collapsing perm.
    • I heard just about everyone gasp, saw a few women fainting, and the bishop's piggy eyes widen in shock.
    • It regards you balefully from little piggy eyes.
    • If I have to leave, I'm not getting ready to go with your little piggy eyes watching me.
    • Her piggy eyes were too glued to the money to pay any attention to me though of course I took precautions anyway.
    • Hannah laughed her piggy laugh again then smiled sweetly too.
    • They were very small, almost piggy, but had a piercing quality that seemed to look right through you.
    • Bernard stood by the door and watched him, his piggy little eyes searching for a hint of a blush, a tear, a tremor.
    • Up and down the country, arts faculties swarm with undergraduates pretending to be overeducated comedians pretending to be in-bred shopkeepers with little piggy noses.
    • ‘You should always read Chaucer aloud,’ said a young woman with long frizzy hair, little piggy eyes behind little pink piggy spectacles and an overbearingly loud voice.
    • Ashley knew a threat when she heard it, and ran away as fast as her piggy legs could carry her.