Traducción de pigsty en Español:


pocilga, n.

Pronunciación /ˈpɪɡˌstaɪ//ˈpɪɡstʌɪ/

nombrePlural pigsties

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    pocilga femenino
    chiquero masculino América Latina
    this house is a pigsty! ¡esta casa está hecha un chiquero! América Latina
    • Surely, they have a right to more than pigsties for living space?
    • But they didn't know what was frowned upon by society, obviously, because they're house was a pigsty.
    • I missed my pigsty of a room, the drone of football practice after school, and everything else that had, before, made my life a living nightmare.
    • Not that my place is a pigsty but putting things away that have lingered on tables for a little while is a necessity I feel for a number of guests like this.
    • ‘Have fun cleaning your dump,’ laughed Treena knowing what a pigsty Pheobe's room usually is.
    • Tons of work to do and my house is turning into a pigsty.
    • Fussy Felix is a neat-freak whose wife has just thrown him out of their house, and Oscar is a placid slob who has wallowed in his pigsty apartment ever since his divorce.
    • Marie had insisted on tidying up Dylan's room, she said that it was worse than a pigsty.
    • Their house is a virtual pigsty of junk, either for sale or as part of Fred's personal collection.
    • The house was a pigsty and we tried to do all we could to make things better.
    • It treads a fine line between being a traditional boozer and a downright dirty pigsty.
    • Then, he refers to the Holbrooks as animals and to their house as a pigsty.
    • I smacked him in the head and went hunting for some clothes to wear in the junk-infested pigsty he called his room.
    • If you want to live in a pigsty then don't do anything with your house, but if you want to make it nice for yourself you get penalised.
    • He said the house was a pigsty, the biggest mess ever.
    • Rubbing my eyes, I tossed on a T-shirt that was about three sizes too big and a pair of cargo capris, pulling my hair into a ragged ponytail as I left my pigsty of a room.
    • Maybe she could move in with her brother, but remembering what a pigsty her brother's house is, she knew she'd be left to pick up after his mess.
    • I'm a terrible mess and create a pigsty wherever I go.
    • It's a bit like saying you continue to live in a pigsty because no one comes to visit your house.
    • He likes to be organised - ‘the boys tease me about it, but it helps’ - and his peg is a picture of neatness next to Ricky Ponting's pigsty in the dressing room.