Translation of whatsit in Spanish:


cosa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈ(h)wətsɪt//ˈwɒtsɪt/



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    cosa feminine
    coso masculine South America informal
    chisme masculine Mexico Spain informal
    vaina feminine Venezuela Colombia Peru informal
    • I'm sure one of us must know someone important on that lottery whatsit?
    • I think if I married you for your money, I'd spend your 30,000 whatsits that afternoon and then realize it was all a big mistake.
    • And what of the recently ended World Cup football whatsit?
    • She wasn't good enough, quite frankly, but she was one of the active whatsits, there were other pressures behind her, and she caused an uproar.
    • Do we still need such a thing in the era of consumer sovereignty and multi-channel, digital, interactive whatsits?
    • The lads have worked their whatsits off and I believe we will get better.
    • Here are three whatsits from different parts of the country.
    • I struggled out, disturbing the lazy whatsits as little as possible, and yawned my way in the general direction of the unusual sounds.