Translation of paunch in Spanish:


panza, n.

Pronunciation /pɔːn(t)ʃ//pɔn(t)ʃ//pɑn(t)ʃ/


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    panza feminine informal
    barriga feminine informal
    busarda feminine River Plate informal
    • We have been long used to calling obese persons ‘healthy’ and looking at a paunch as the sign of prosperity.
    • A paunch could be an obscene thing to many, but never mind that a number of policemen have it in the city.
    • He is more interested in getting drunk, making out and filling his growing paunch.
    • Francisco moved to the desk, adjusting the towel around the paunch of his waist before bending over the bottom drawer.
    • This is rich coming from a bald old guy with a bushy beard and a paunch like a kangaroo.
    • They flow over paunches and make no definite statements about waists.
    • He had a slight paunch at his waistline but it was solid.
    • In India a slight paunch is seen as a sign of prosperity?
    • Within a month, you are guaranteed a paunch, a pot belly, and the inability to walk up stairs.
    • He works out frequently, totes no middle-aged paunch and looks ready to carry on with another 20 years of activity.
    • His appearance was quite ordinary, ordinary height, ordinary brown hair and eyes and the barest beginnings of a paunch around his middle.
    • Hank got up with a groan and, feeling every one of his 46 years, he shrugged his suspenders back over his middle-age paunch.
    • But it isn't just a pretty bike marketed to aging riders with chubby wallets and matching paunches.
    • For a man who's all about speed and endurance, he is distinctly non-streamlined, with a moon-shaped face and a pronounced paunch set over thick, powerful legs.
    • The Maoris on stage boast a range of physiques from sumo paunches to gym-fed beefcake.
    • Over the top of this loincloth spilled his sizeable paunch.
    • It's not clever or funny, except if you have a paunch.
    • Some wear shirts that stretch over round paunches.
    • But since starting work I've started developing a bit of a paunch… so I'm voluntarily playing sport again.
    • The story dies otherwise as you can't blame a person for not giving up their seat to a woman with a slight paunch.