munch

Spanish translation: Could it be "much"?

09:43 Feb 1, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: munch
The leg drops down munch!
Pedro Monreal Marmol
Spain
Local time: 07:54
Spanish translation:Could it be "much"?
Explanation:
Could it be a typo? Maybe they are talking about a person with long legs or a piece of furniture with high legs.
If it's a piece of furniture it could be
La pata recae mucho o cuelga mucho. If it's loose, it could be: La pata se cae mucho.
You might check on that.


G. Luck

Bye
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naCould it be "much"?
trans4u (X)
namascar algo quebradizo que hace ruido al partirse
Oso (X)
nathis sentence makes no sense at all
Albert Golub


  

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6 mins
this sentence makes no sense at all


Explanation:
is it munch =roer, picar
or much wouldn't make much sense either!

Albert Golub
Local time: 07:54
Native speaker of: French
PRO pts in pair: 146
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30 mins
mascar algo quebradizo que hace ruido al partirse


Explanation:
munch also means:
-comer golosamente
-comer un bocadillo entre comidas

Saludos afectuosos de OSO ¶:^)


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Oso (X)
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37 mins
Could it be "much"?


Explanation:
Could it be a typo? Maybe they are talking about a person with long legs or a piece of furniture with high legs.
If it's a piece of furniture it could be
La pata recae mucho o cuelga mucho. If it's loose, it could be: La pata se cae mucho.
You might check on that.


G. Luck

Bye


trans4u (X)
PRO pts in pair: 387
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