Translation of poky in Spanish:


diminuto, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpəʊki//ˈpoʊki/

adjectivepokier, pokiest


  • 1

    a poky little apartment/office un cuchitril informal derogatory
    • a poky little room un cuartucho diminuto
    • The pokey pub seemed to contain almost the whole of the village.
    • The place is small and pokey, with cramped rooms and straight, narrow pathways.
    • This hit me hard, and I felt vulnerable in the poky hotel room with only the ticking time bomb of a box and the view of my sea for comfort.
    • At that moment, Daniel pulled into a small pokey café with petrol on the side of the motorway and made the bike bring to a standstill.
    • The only major alteration was the transformation of a poky shower room and toilet into an elegant pampering place.
    • So I followed the troops, got soaked on the way and eventually located a rather pokey meeting room where the government's great and good were already gathered.
    • In a brilliant coup de theatre, we first see him in what appears to be a poky little confining room, which as the play starts, expands into a cosy living room decorated for Christmas.
    • The regulator and his staff operate from the third floor of a rather pokey building that resembles a cheap hotel.
    • Given the financial commitment involved, it's important to get it right - it could mean the difference between a pokey hothouse or a cold, dark space and a bright, year-round sunroom.
    • Did you think I was just going to stay in that poky apartment and wait until you deigned to return?
    • ‘I could have worked in the City, you know,’ he will tell them as he makes his way to the same pokey office he's been in for 20 years.
    • The cottages had either been too small with pokey rooms and low ceilings or too small with too high a price and outbuildings beyond repair.
    • It's mainly a liberating process; I create shelf space in our poky house, I get to re-evaluate albums I'd forgotten about and I hopefully get some cash.
    • I must confess I didn't realise it had been renovated - and I'd been avoiding it because in its previous incarnation, it was a slightly pokey cafeteria.
    • After a gruelling day of standing staring into space, she returns to her poky apartment to make drawings, which she occasionally sells through an art dealer.
    • Here we are, though, in a poky room that slopes quite dramatically towards the door.
    • One year it's living in Malibu, the next year, it's being in plays in pokey theatres in London.
    • Take a poky little room above a pub: there are more people on stage than there are in the audience.
    • Not much land, either, except for a poky office in a basement in Camden Town.
    • I followed, silent and obedient, as she took us to a pokey shop in a dead end.
  • 2US

    • No one said that electric cars have to be poky, dull, and ‘responsible.’
    • With that much memory available there would be little reason for programs to constantly access that pokey old hard drive: Savvy apps could load just about everything into memory.
    • Now you can abandon your pokey, slow analog modem and step up to DSL's blazing access speeds.
    • Now, if you want to get all the critical updates, but have a pokey old dialup connection, Microsoft wants to give you a CD shipped free of charge.
    • So this Saturday, April 16, is your chance to ditch your slow, pokey and unused technology.
    • If you have an older PC, then a slower processor and pokey system components may cause a bottleneck, and you won't get the graphics performance for which you overpaid.
    • Here, the worst incident of road rage is Roddy Murray flashing his brights at a pokey weekend driver.