Spanish translation of 'cropper'
idiom: to come a cropper (= fall)
darse un batacazo (inf),
cazar la liebre (inf)(= fail) [person]
llevarse una buena plancha or un buen planchazo (inf)[project]
irse al garete (inf)
agricultor (agricultora) m f
Example Sentences Including 'cropper'
I've been meaning to get it seen to, ever since you nearly came a cropper last time.PROSPECT HILL (2003)
There were days when she'd as soon the old girl came a cropper and broke her neck, but today wasn't one of them.PROSPECT HILL (2003)
He thought she was going to come a cropper yet again, and it pained him.The Scar
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Translation of cropper from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary