Translation of Winnebago in Spanish:


winnebago, n.

Pronunciation /ˌwɪnəˈbeɪɡoʊ//ˌwɪnəˈbeɪɡəʊ/

nounPlural Winnebagos


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    winnebago masculine
    • We were loaded and ready to go, so I got in the Winnebago.
    • After three weeks, however, she had grown tired of the Tinseltown value system which pumps up star egos with flowers, champagne and enormous Winnebagos while refusing to pay for a single rehearsal.
    • Chief executive Chris Moller informed an audience in Auckland that the shortfall in hotel beds could be made up by the use of Winnebagos.
    • ‘The Americans in particular are so hung up on their status symbols that they even audition Winnebagos to see whether they're suitable,’ he says.
    • The oral traditions of the Sioux, Hidatsa, Caddo, and Winnebago described the twins as having great power as well.
    • Then there was that amazing trip across the Rockies in a Winnebago.
    • Americans don't take month-long vacations - or if they do, they spend them behind the wheel of a Winnebago.
    • I'm not suggesting that you hybridize your knowledge from books on Winnebagos with your design practice.
    • Jamie almost lost control of the Winnebago, but quickly recovered.
    • In 1979 I glimpsed a dilapidated Winnebago in the parking garage of Denver's Stapleton Airport.
    • A search has produced a Disaster Vehicle, a U.S.-made Winnebago, 28-feet long, that the owner has agreed to sell for nearly half the honest cost.
    • It was well below zero and most of the cast and crew were standing around shivering, although McKidd and McCrory were snug in warm Winnebagos.
    • In fact, I have a Winnebago that we use a lot here in Idaho: we go further up in the mountains, where there are these gorgeous alpine lakes.
    • Their cruisers could go much faster than the Winnebago.
    • In our own times, sprang has been in common use in Czechoslovakia, in Mexico, where it is used for shopping bags and hammocks, and among the Winnebago Indians of Wisconsin, who use it to make woollen scarves.
    • It introduced some of the festival buzz to backstage, which until then had been filled with luxury Winnebagos - not very rock 'n' roll,’ Falconer says.
    • And if we are to suppose that the Winnebago were the gardeners as well as the mound builders (which, though probable, is by no means certain) we should have in the degradation of the Winnebago a measure of that deterioration.
    • And they're riding motorcycles, not lumbering along in Winnebagos.
    • As the most ancient form, ‘He-who-wears-human-heads-as-earrings’ is one of the four principal deities of the Winnebago.
    • She's not one of those actors who wanders off to the Winnebago to sulk between scenes, she would just park herself on the end of a dolly and wait for us to re-light.
    • Convoys of Winnebagos and campervans line the highways in both directions; lost souls puttering along in search of the ultimate roadside attraction and the best truckstop food north of Texas.
    • In our assessment, the figures for the Winnebago (in eastern Wisconsin) probably most closely represent the kind of mixed economy the Oneota in western Wisconsin had during the time period of interest.
    • Before you hop in the Winnebago, get everyone to talk about what they want to do on vacation.
    • But we don't need the stuff; I'd be happy living in a Winnebago with David because I love him so much.
    • Recreational vehicle, also known as Winnebagos, are those homes on wheels that gather like dinosaurs in the car parks of Florida.