Translation of Mamón in Spanish

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Mamón in English
suckling, infant or young animal that is not yet weaned; sucker, idiot; organ which sucks or clings to by means of suction (Zoology); secondary shoot (Botany); scrounger, one who lives at the expense of others

Dictionary source: Babylon Spanish-English Dictionary
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Mamón in Spanish

Dictionary source: Diccionario de Lunfardo
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(pop.) Pedigueño
Mancha que queda en la piel después de dar un beso chupando (VB.); igual que Chupón.

Dictionary source: Lunfardo (Argentina)
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: Ebrio.

Dictionary source: Lunfardo
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Mamón in Bulgarian
 a 1. adj 1) бозаещ; 2) който суче много; 3) прен., разг. пристрастен към пиенето; 2. m 1) бозайниче, сукалче; 2) мамон (южноамериканско дърво); 3) фиданка, филиз; 4) вулг. негодник, гадняр; 5) Амер. разг. пияница; diente ~ млечен зъб.

Dictionary source: Spanish Bulgarian Dictionary
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Mamón in German

Dictionary source: ADO's Spanish German Dictionary
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Mamón in English

Dictionary source: Spanish-English Online Dictionary
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(n.) = sod ; rotter ; dickhead ; scumbag ; badass ; swine ; pig ; bastard ; bugger ; fucker ; motherfucker ; arsehole [asshole, -USA].
Ex: I can't think of anything that better illustrates the failure of our justice system to deal with such yellow-bellied sods.
Ex: When she had finished Beck said reassuringly: 'Don't let old Tilly bother you - She can be a rotter at times - She's a Jekyl and Hyde, if ever there was one - One minute she's fine; another, she's a monster'.
Ex: Whoever said Moby is the leader of dickheads that beat people up? He is just a bald-headed hippie who wouldn't hurt a fly.
Ex: He then made the comment that our soldiers are fighting 'detestable murderers and scumbags'.
Ex: In the hardscrabble times of the Bible, where there were plagues, invasions from foreign powers, and swarms of locusts, you pretty much had to be a badass.
Ex: In German law it is a criminal offense for A to insult B, for example, by calling him a swine.
Ex: He was waiting for the opportunity to unleash his fury, no one calls him a pig and gets away with it.
Ex: I once thought I saw the light at the end of the tunnel, but it was just the light from a torch of some bastard bringing me more work.
Ex: I will wait until the water recedes a little bit before I try and nail lots of these buggers.
Ex: Why are little kids such fuckers? -- my brother seriously needs to learn to grow up.
Ex: Such motherfuckers like you should stay away from my country.
Ex: Modern preppies try to be assholes, probably because they think it's cool, and never quite make it.

Dictionary source: Spanish English Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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