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|English to Spanish translations [PRO]|
Other / curse words
|English term or phrase: douche bag|
|magnificent douche bag!|
According to Wikipedia: Terms such as shower pocket, douchebag, d-bag, DB, doucherama, doucher, douche turd, or simply douche are considered pejorative terms in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand. The slang usage of the term dates back to the 1960s. Initially, it was used to insult a woman, originating as an insult derived from lesbian activities. However, over time males have been the target receiver of the insult.
How could it be translated? Txs.
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|Summary of answers provided|
|5 +1||vieja fodonga|
|4 +2||tonto, imbécil, necio, estúpido, papanatas....||hecdan|
|4 +2||mierda, asqueroso, inmencionable, puerco, cochino, grosero|
|5 +1||meco, comemierda, mamón (the vulgar kind)...(sometimes even) culero, etc.|
|3 +1||una idea y sugerencias|