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Meanings of "garabato" in English Spanish Dictionary : 47 result(s)

Spanish English
Common
garabato [m] grapple
General
garabato [m] scribble
garabato [m] doodle
garabato [m] hook
garabato [m] pot-hook
garabato [m] creeper
garabato [m] grapnel
garabato [m] claw-bar
garabato [m] hand bale-hook
garabato [m] muzzle
garabato [m] meat hook
garabato [m] gambrel
garabato [m] scrawl
garabato [m] gallows
garabato [m] gibbet
garabato [m] winning ways in a woman
garabato [m] charm
garabato [m] grappling iron
garabato [m] weeding hoe
garabato [m] meathook
garabato [m] CL swear word
garabato [m] swearword
garabato [m] kind of hook
garabato [m] kind of hoe
garabato [m] hooked wooden tool to grab cut vegetation or other things
garabato [m] scrawled writing
garabato [m] doodling
garabato [m] doodler
garabato [m] AR wood of the wattle or acacia
garabato [m] PR very thin and inclined person
garabato [m] GT HN CR PA CU PR CO EC rur. weeding stick
garabato [m] HN NI CO rur. pot rack
garabato [m] HN rur. mayoral scepter
garabato [m] NI driver (water well)
garabato [m] CO:C woman's poise and grace
garabato [m] BO CL bad or foul expression
garabato [m] SV rur. fruit basket
garabato [m/f] GT CU DO BO humpback
garabato [m/f] GT CU DO BO hunchback
garabato [m] claw
garabato [m] pothook
garabato [m] gab
Engineering
garabato [m] grapnel
garabato [m] grappling iron
Botany
garabato [m] MX AR wattle or acacia
garabato [m] MX AR acacia
garabato [m] MX AR wattle

Meanings of "garabato" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 12 result(s)

Spanish English
General
galleta garabato [f] HN cookie made with wheat flour, sugar, and egg yolk with chocolate shavings in the form of scribbles on top
Idioms
con un ojo al gato y otro al garabato [adv] MX paying attention to two things at the same time
dar al diablo el hato y el garabato [v] express great despair
dar al diablo el hato y el garabato [v] express great anger
echar un ojo al gato y otro al garabato [v] do more than two things at the same time
no ser arte ni parte, hato ni garabato [v] HN have nothing to do with
a garabato limpio [loc/adv] CL swearing one's head off
a garabato pelado [loc/adv] CL swearing one's head off
muchas manos en un plato hacen mucho garabato too many cooks spoil the broth
Proverbs
muchas manos en un plato hacen mucho garabato too many cooks spoil the broth
no esta la carne en el garabato por falta de gato the meat is not upon the hook for want of a cat
Folklore
danza del garabato [f] CO:N dance in which the struggle between life and death is ironically and sarcastically dramatized