There are 2 main translations of booby in Spanish

: booby1booby2

booby1

bobo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbuːbi//ˈbubi/

noun

  • 1

    (fool)
    bobo masculine informal
    boba feminine informal

There are 2 main translations of booby in Spanish

: booby1booby2

booby2

Pronunciation: /ˈbuːbi//ˈbubi/

noun

  • 1

    boob
    • You'd be surprised what they can show as long as it doesn't include the F-word or boobies.
    • Sure, it was risky but I told Nathan chicks with large boobies would be all over him if he did this.
    • Like her, this beer is some pasty, lanky overrated chick with no boobies.
    • I said to him please don't hit mummy's boobies because they're a bit sore.
    • In other words, expect to see boobies, and lots of them.
    • It was, like, enhancing nothing and I couldn't even get my boobies played with anymore.
    • This movie slinks across the screen with its pert boobies pointed at you from the first frame.
    • It's nice to know girls like to sing about boobies as much as guys.
    • Back in my teens, I'd have dreams where all I did was run around grabbing boobies and reciting poetry to hoboes.
    • Instead, I get a bunch of overweight, smelly computer geeks while the dance co-op gets girls with big boobies and guys with long willies.
    • Nor does it involve plastic boobies popping out ‘by accident’.
    • And so were her perky boobies poking through a deliciously thin white top.
    • They are my boobies and I will not, I repeat, I will not, show them to you!
    • How amusing, then, to meet there, where the body language is about as subtle as being hit over the head with a pair of boobies.
    • They trusted my judgment that there would be sunshine and boobies, basically.
    • I cannot imagine if my boss were to have seen my boobies before.
    • I always thought those boobies should be labelled as a health hazard (warning - can poke you in the eye!
    • Well it is, but on the upside, you see a lot of these farmers driving around in gold Cadillacs and hanging around chicks with big boobies.
    • My daughter was not quite three years old when she announced, ‘Mummy, when I grow up I want to have boobies and smoke cigarettes!’
    • Within Sulidea, skeletal differences have been cited to support splitting gannets and boobies into two genera, Sula and Morus respectively.
    • My nervous dance consists of much weight-shifting and hand gestures similar to the mating dance of the blue-footed booby.
    • Perched on the back of the large booby, the small finch then sucks its blood.
    • While a few beaches and dozens of animals were tarred by oil, miraculously, the only fatal victims were four pelicans and two blue-footed boobies.
    • Declines in seabird populations (kittiwakes, boobies, cormorants, pelicans) have also been blamed on depletion of the fish stocks that they feed on.
    • The waters surrounding Pigeon Island offer great fishing for sea birds including gulls, terns and the brown booby.
    • But the gravestone also provides shade for the survival of the chick of a pair of brown boobies that nest beside it each year.
    • It is here we find the boobies, shearwaters, gannets, petrels, and the albatross.
    • For example, blue-footed booby and osprey nestlings fought more when hungry, but great egrets, blue herons and swallow-tailed kites did not.
    • Boobies that nest on the ground, the masked gannet and the brown booby, are also found on remote cays of the Great Barrier Reef.
    • Rich fish stocks make it the only avian rookery in North America for sooty terns, masked boobies and frigate birds.
    • But you do rather wonder whether she won't get tired of someone who is either a tongue-tied booby or a rapier-twitching ‘rattle’.
    • With more food available, the numbers of guano-producing seabirds, including cormorants, boobies and pelicans, similarly increased from 1925 to 1955.
    • The gannet is the largest member of the unfortunately-named booby family and the most common on the Atlantic coast.
    • Galapagos Penguins have been observed foraging with boobies, terns, and shearwaters.
    • Even the egrets and boobies had a role to play and were rewarded by fish chunks, tossed and caught in mid-air.
    • The Pacific seabirds called brown boobies lay two eggs but hardly ever fledge more than one chick.
    • This being burlesque, the plot is purely filler to set up the well-executed dance numbers and a seemingly endless cavalcade of jiggling boobies.
    • You'll witness the same panoramas of life that Darwin once did as you trek through blue-footed booby colonies and watch huge tortoises roam a raw lava landscape.
    • And don't miss the Brac's colonies of brown boobies and white-tailed tropic birds.
    • One scenic palm stands alone midst the cry of gulls, pelicans and boobies.
    • Later that day, we visit Middle Island to gape at thousands of boobies and frigatebirds returning to their roostings.