Translation of Bronx cheer in Spanish:

Bronx cheer

pedorreta, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌbrɑŋks ˈtʃɪr//ˌbrɒŋks ˈtʃɪə/

noun

US

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    pedorreta feminine informal
    • But all last week's election in Brazil got from Wall Street was a Bronx cheer.
    • So it's no wonder that the loudest Bronx cheer in Washington goes to lame-duck Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe, who has presided over two disastrous election setbacks in 24 months.
    • She shuddered, making a noise like a Bronx cheer.
    • Connie reacted with a Bronx cheer and two thumbs down.
    • I heard a noise that I vaguely recognized as a Bronx cheer coming from Leia.
    • Any hint of talking down to the troops with high-flown hyperbole was promptly greeted with catcalls and Bronx cheers.
    • What he heard was the British equivalent of a Bronx cheer.
    • When 44 states denied having any such schools and the remaining states admitted to having a combined total of fewer than 50, one safety expert greeted the publication of the lists with a Bronx cheer.
    • Baseball got a Bronx cheer from fans on Nov. 6 when, for the first time in a century, it announced plans to eliminate two teams.
    • People waved pom-poms, held up signs, and mixed Brooklyn catcalls with Bronx cheers.
    • His insistence that global warming was a serious and growing crisis was also greeted with Bronx cheers, as conservatives insisted that global warming was a fiction conjured up by extremist environmental groups.
    • New York is one of the most reliably Democratic cities in the nation, and it's hardly surprising to hear a Republican president getting a Bronx cheer in that part of the country.