meter una pifia


meter una pifia
(v.) = drop + a bollock, drop + a clanger, make + a blunder, make + a bloomer, blunder
Ex. But we are all only human and I have recently 'dropped a bollock' as we English say.
Ex. After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
Ex. Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
Ex. He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
Ex. Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.
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(v.) = drop + a bollock, drop + a clanger, make + a blunder, make + a bloomer, blunder

Ex: But we are all only human and I have recently 'dropped a bollock' as we English say.

Ex: After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
Ex: Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
Ex: He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
Ex: Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.


Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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