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Meaning of zarrio



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zarrio
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Object without any type of utility usually old.

  



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In Extremadura, both north and south, it's something or someone, dirty, old, worthless to take up room and pick up dust

  

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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.

  

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In Madrid, we harriers call old and ramshackle trucks zarrio.

  

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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.

  

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in Andalusia, I charro, ornate ornaments

  

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Person who does not care and always goes very badly dressed

  

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Falling snowflakes insignificant in my people often say that zarrios fall!.

  

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Fernando Espín

Person bit careful in its physical appearance and hygiene, as well as tasks that plays.

  

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useless object, no value whatsoever, usually spoiled, that occupies space and that is arranged or pulls.

  

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Adj. object or thing that is useless.

  

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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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Adj. object or thing that is useless.

  

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Thing or damaged or old clothing

  











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