Translation of yokel in Spanish:


pueblerino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈjoʊk(ə)l//ˈjəʊk(ə)l/



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    pueblerino masculine
    pueblerina feminine
    palurdo masculine informal
    palurda feminine informal
    indio masculine Mexico informal
    india feminine Mexico informal
    montañero masculine Colombia informal
    montañera feminine Colombia informal
    pajuerano masculine River Plate informal
    pajuerana feminine River Plate informal
    huaso masculine Chile informal
    huasa feminine Chile informal
    • People like you preach tolerance and openmindedness all the time but when it comes to middle America you think we're all evil and stupid country yokels who need your political alignment.
    • I told her I appreciated the vote of confidence, but I know what happens when I sit at a table of genuinely funny people, not family members and appreciative yokels: I become more solemn than Lincoln in his tomb.
    • She confirmed my suspicions of country folk being idiotic yokels as correct.
    • He has a few too many disparaging references to ‘country yokels,’ and some of his remarks about women are needlessly chauvinistic.
    • Well, guess what kids, if the beef industry goes, it's not just going to be the country yokels that are out of a job.