Translation of hick in Spanish:

hick

pueblerino, n.

Pronunciation /hɪk//hɪk/

noun

US
informal, derogatory

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    pueblerino masculine
    pueblerina feminine
    paleto masculine Spain informal derogatory
    paleta feminine Spain informal derogatory
    pajuerano masculine River Plate informal derogatory
    pajuerana feminine River Plate informal derogatory
    • Breaking down into helpless giggles at his dramatization of a country hick's accent, it took me a while before I was capable of answering him.
    • The sticks, they're not just for hicks anymore.
    • I opened my mouth to ask a question and sounded like the worst hick to ever crawl out of the sticks.
    • He felt like a hick from Texas, untutored and un-Eastern; he had an accent and a funny haircut.
    • Shepherd was a strange species: the hip hick, a defender of the Midwest at the precise moment that America was becoming bicoastal.
    • Coughing is not a sign of unhealthy air, it is the alveola in your lungs getting used to what the hicks call ‘country’ air.
    • When I was a kid in Ohio, you were considered sort of a hick if you liked country music.
    • Unassuming and usually kind of quiet, he cuts no swath while entering a little hick bar out here in the country.
    • If the neighbors were listening, they must have concluded that a hayseed hick had invaded my body.
    • Maybe they thought we were some hicks from the sticks, and were a wee bit complacent, but we have demonstrated since then that we are nobody's pushovers.
    • We were from a real hick town and most of the kids there were related to all the others.
    • But the beard did itch and make me look older and also make me look like a backwoods hick.
    • Yesterday, I mentioned Sullivan's theory that southern members of the media elite are as liberal as they are because they feel the need to show their northern counterparts that they are not hicks.
    • A Northeastern senator will be a big advantage this time around as Americans tire of Southern hicks.
    • Ms. Jacobson feels used: ‘He just portrayed us as backward hicks.’
    • This being Los Angeles, and me being a hick from the sticks, I was only a few feet away from asking the shorter guy for an autograph, when I chickened out.
    • Around 20,000 people turned up before sunrise in a hick town in the middle of nowhere to see the spectacle.
    • It's a pleasant enough trip, despite the usual country hicks making fun of them.
    • I was his lifeline, his manager, and he was my way up and out of a little hick town in the middle of nowhere, he was my ticket to fame.
    • She set about getting rid of the dresses and her hick accent and her love of cowboy songs.

adjective

US
informal, derogatory

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    pueblerino
    paleto Spain informal derogatory
    pajuerano River Plate informal derogatory