Translation of squint-eyed in Spanish:


bizco, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈskwɪn(t)ˌaɪd/


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    turnio Chile
    • With squint-eyed innocence and un-metered awkwardness, Stewart delivers an unexpected hit performance that would later land him additional appearances in commercials and voice-over roles.
    • That bony, squint-eyed, curly-haired little sneak, attractive?
    • I marched up to the porch, where a squint-eyed man asked, from around the cigar he was roughly smoking, if there was something he could help me with.
    • I then added the coup de grace, the signature of that loveable, squint-eyed jack-tar, Popeye.
    • Four marines emerged on deck with a swarthy looking, squint-eyed pirate, his arms and legs in irons.