Spanish translation of 'paunch'
panza (inf) f,
barriga (inf) f
⇒ to have a paunch
tener panza (inf),
ser barrigón (inf)
Example Sentences Including 'paunch'
They learn to judge the noises, he always said, like a midwife with her ear on a pregnant woman's paunch.A Time of War
The group parted to reveal the speaker, a man of medium height and build, running slightly to paunch round the middle.DEAD BEAT (2002)
The man who opened the door placed his crossed hands over his paunch and ducked his smiling head two or three times in greeting.The Complete Stories Volume 2
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Translation of paunch from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary