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Homem pequenino, ou é velhaco, ou dançarino.

English translation: Small men are either scoundrels or dancers.

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Portuguese term or phrase:Homem pequenino ou velhaco, ou dançarino.
English translation:Small men are either scoundrels or dancers.
Entered by: Henrique Magalhaes
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16:21 Jul 4, 2003
Portuguese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Portuguese term or phrase: Homem pequenino, ou é velhaco, ou dançarino.
What is important is defining what the 'pequenino' size means...I am 1,77 m & adore dancing!Ah! Ah!
Henrique Magalhaes
Local time: 10:07
Small men are either scoundrels or dancers.
Explanation:
Well, you never said you weren't velhaco...!
Seriously: if you're Brazilian, you dance even when you sleep. I've never met a Brazilian who didn't adore dancing...
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silviafont
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That one was really close to our adage, gracias Silvia!Claro que se bailo bien no puedo ser 'velhaco.'De acuerdo?
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5 +3Small men are either scoundrels or dancers.silviafont


  

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Small men are either scoundrels or dancers.


Explanation:
Well, you never said you weren't velhaco...!
Seriously: if you're Brazilian, you dance even when you sleep. I've never met a Brazilian who didn't adore dancing...

silviafont
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
Grading comment
That one was really close to our adage, gracias Silvia!Claro que se bailo bien no puedo ser 'velhaco.'De acuerdo?

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agree  Ricardo Fonseca
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