Translation of fruitcake in Spanish:


plum-cake, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈfrutkeɪk/


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    plum-cake masculine
    ponqué de frutas masculine Colombia
    fruit cake masculine Mexico
    budín inglés masculine River Plate
    as nutty as a fruitcake chiflado informal
    • If he really was just a fruitcake (that's how they'll try to portray him) they wouldn't pay any attention to him.
    • It does not mean that ALL smokers are fruitcakes.
    • The fruitcake must live in alternate reality.
    • Anyone who thinks that these folks are part of some common ‘network’ is just a fruitcake.
    • Good to see that even the fruitcakes are now identifying the real enemy of civilization.
    • The title character's, perhaps, a little less nutty than the rest of the fruitcakes, but it's a close call.
    • He was accused of lying, sleeping with young boys and being a fruitcake.
    • A while ago I suggested that it would be a good idea for Americans if they were to hive off a part of the country I call the ‘axis of stupidity’, and let all the fruitcakes who have been dragging the whole country down go live there.
    • We will not try for ‘balance’ by hiring fruitcakes; we will try for balance by hiring non-ideologues who have carefully thought through the issues.
    • Just to be clear, we are looking into a way to bring back comments under a registration system that will ensure that we can manage the debate environment in order to keep out timewasters and fruitcakes and the rest.
    • I thought he was a bit of a fruitcake or an odd fish.
    • Being a studio picture, this is only the beginning, and we are taken on a ridiculous and unbelievable journey through the kind of paranormal world that only unbalanced fruitcakes could possibly relate too.
    • That he was loathsome, a complete fruitcake, and madman is well known.
    • Did I mention that guy from Quebec is a fruitcake?
    • And if there is one consolation to spending a fortnight stuck in the jungle with an assortment of fruitcakes, it is that the experience makes you feel quite sane.
    • So they tracked him down, and he said, Oh, no, she's a fruitcake, she's made it all up, which drove my family and friends crazy.
    • As I write this, the police are looking for some creep who murdered an innocent young woman, apparently at random and without any motivation except that he's a fruitcake.
    • Before you accuse the chefs of being fruitcakes for starting so well ahead of Christmas, remember that this cake, like wine, gets better with time.
    • In kind, if I proclaim on a street corner that a certain Japanese beetle in my back garden is the new Messiah, you are also within your rights to ridicule me as a fruitcake.
    • Will you meet nutcases and fruitcakes in your travels?