from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In the Philippine Islands, a chief.


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  • Clavo pequeño sin cabeza, que se queda embutido totalmente en la pieza que asegura.


  • That makes sense, as barbacoa de cabeza is a traditional Sunday Mexican dish.

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  • Yesterday at the tianguis the fishmonger was selling unos camaronzotes bien grandototes -- y sin cabeza, no más (some great big shrimp -- and headless, no less).

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  • He came around the corner to wait for my answer, and just shook his head, mumbling something about "esta mujer", and "cabeza como piedra."

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  • Presentaba dos impactos de bala uno en el pecho y el otro en la cabeza y también pegada en la espalda traía una cartulina con la leyenda: “Rufo somos la resistencia contra ti y los Z”.

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  • The logic here is enough to make your cabeza spin.

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  • It's probably tough on people like Livo, who's got a grande cabeza.

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  • One points to him and tells his co-worker: "Loco en la cabeza."

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  • In the few years since I began to consider food a hobby, I've gorged on bull testicles (less prairie oyster than prairie calamari, and not especially noteworthy); kokoretsi (Greek for "intestines wrapped in innards"); beef tacos lengua (tongue) and cabeza (cheeks, lips); beef tripe; calf liver in abundance; lamb kidneys; pig ears and tails; roasted beef marrow bones; chicken gizzards; alligator; minnows; &c. &c.

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  • The conventional wisdom in Washington runs something like this: Hispanic Americans would be insulted by the installation of troops on the border, and the Mexican politicos would go loco en la cabeza.

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