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Translation of "shit" - English-Spanish dictionary

shit

noun   /ʃɪt/ very informal
[no plural] a very impolite word for waste from the body of a person or animal that comes out of the anus mierda
(Definition of shit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shit

noun /ʃit/
an impolite or offensive word for the solid waste material that is passed out of the body. mierda
(Definition of shit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “shit”
in Korean 똥, 제기랄…
in Arabic خَراء…
in Malaysian tahi…
in French merde…
in Russian дерьмо…
in Chinese (Traditional) 屎,糞便, 拉屎, 討厭的人(或物)…
in Italian merda…
in Turkish dışkı, bok…
in Polish gówno…
in Vietnamese cứt, sự đi ỉa…
in Portuguese merda…
in Thai คำหยาบแสดงความโกรธ…
in German die Scheiße…
in Catalan merda…
in Japanese くそ(大便の粗野な言い方)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 屎,粪便, 拉屎, 讨厌的人(或物)…
in Indonesian tahi (kata makian)…
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