Translation of whore in Spanish:

whore

puta, n.

Pronunciation /hɔː//hɔr/

noun

derogatory

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    puta feminine vulgar slang derogatory
    • She falls in love with John but he attacks her calling her whore and strumpet.
    • The album is content to rely on the old hip-hop cliches, piling on the swear words and overloading each track with references to whores, pimps, hookers and drugs.
    • They just want to give off that image so they don't seem like sluts or whores.
    • Come on, support your sisters, don't talk about being sluts and whores.
    • He was also involved in a string of violent incidents with the swordsmen and whores of the Roman streets, ending with his killing of Ranuccio Tomassoni in a gang fight in May 1606.
    • I was sickened by stereotypes of Indigenous women as promiscuous, drunken whores or sexless Mother Earth types.
    • She always called me a dirty whore, a slut, told me that I was ugly and she didn't know what he saw in me.
    • In the streets he is accosted by whores, hustlers and queer-bashers.
    • You could call her popular, you could call her the head chick, you could call her a bitch, a slut, or a whore, it did not really matter, just do not say it to her face.
    • After learning that his son visits a whore, Wang Lung goes to the prostitute, paying her not to see his son anymore.
    • At the Bridewell in London, single women suspected of being whores were inspected by other women to establish if they were virgins.
    • If she were to go home and be kicked and beaten by an angry parent who called her a slut and a whore, would she even go to the doctor?
    • Eder et al. found that middle school girls who initiated any type of sexual activity were labeled bitches, sluts, and whores.
    • A girl does one thing, and is called a slut, a whore, and all of those recognizable titles, while guys could do whatever they want, and get praised.
    • A whore captivates a rich man with her coquettish prettiness and is rescued from life on the streets.
    • He finally shed his obsession with cross-eyed prostitutes when he learned to put Descartes before the whores.
    • One woman reporter, in tears, told Weffer about being called a puta, a whore, when she tried to enter a poor neighborhood wearing a press pass.
    • She referred to them as sluts and whores where I was concerned.
    • Most of the world disapproved of her, calling her a temptress and a whore.
    • Women have two kinds of power, historically: as the courtesan and as the whore.
    • In a matter of decades, Makiki's artistic focus had shifted from the virtues of the Madonna to the transgressions of the whore.
    • It felt good to have someone be on her side, and not think she was a slut or a whore.
    • In this particular case, however, the child born to a whore is named after a particular adulterer.
    • I was a tease and a whore, a flirt and a slut - I was horrible.
    • The whores in the brothel next door to my work are listening to REM's ‘Everybody Hurts’ on their radio.
    • The waterfront was busy, traders and merchants displaying their items for sale, while on the corners of the streets hookers and whores waited for their evening's employment.
    • Last time she had an actual conversation with this man, he had degraded her as a slut and a whore.
    • The popular belief amongst local lads is that the inmates at the Magdalene are whores and trollops.
    • Each room is occupied by girls like me, girls with broken homes; rape victims, prostitutes, and whores.
    • From Kings to paupers, all of them had their mistresses and concubines and whores.
    • Sherman typically enacts a series of portraits - Elizabethan whores, gangster's molls, and now a series of clowns.
    • He didn't need to surround himself with sluts and whores.
    • It's nice to know that deep down even German supermodels are still promiscuous whores.
    • She is often referred to as a whore and a harlot, for she is of lower class than both Desdemona and Emilia.
    • ‘Most of the money was spent on booze and women of easy virtue - whores in other words,’ he told me in an interview.
    • We are clearly type cast: the bitch, the dimwit, the whore, and the gold-digger.
    • Indeed, the character of Rosemarie Nitribitt can be simply defined as a one-note, golddigging whore and nothing more.
    • Blackburn magistrates heard that David Ainsworth was ranting and raving during the assault, calling his former wife a ‘slag, a whore and a slut’.

intransitive verb

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    to go whoring putañear vulgar slang