In Extremadura, both north and south, it's something or someone, dirty, old, worthless to take up room and pick up dust
1o_ It is said of something ordinary, of poor quality. From Basque txar ( "defective" ) . See Basque/Txar . 2nd_ Mud stuck in clothes, trousers or shoes; shell, zarria, paw. 3o_ Tie to adjust the straps of a shoe as encompassed.
In Madrid, we harriers call old and ramshackle trucks zarrio.
Zarrio:1: in Alava, Minnow-2: in Alava, zarbo, insect more wide and short body that spiders rio or hidrometras, which is usually almost always beneath the surface.
in Andalusia, I charro, ornate ornaments
Person who does not care and always goes very badly dressed
Falling snowflakes insignificant in my people often say that zarrios fall!.
Person bit careful in its physical appearance and hygiene, as well as tasks that plays.
useless object, no value whatsoever, usually spoiled, that occupies space and that is arranged or pulls.
Adj. object or thing that is useless.
Very used by my grandmother and neighboring in the high Extrmadura, when they are angry with their husbands, they called them " zarrios ".
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