boca = mouth feminine noun

boca

feminine noun
feminine noun

English Translation of BOCA

1
: mouth
no debes hablar con la boca llenayou shouldn't talk with your mouth full
¡cállate la boca!shut up! (familiar)
2
: entrance
poner a alguien boca arribato turn somebody on his back
3
: mouth (of a jar, etc.), muzzle (of a gun)
estar tumbado boca abajoto be lying face down
se cuelgan los manojos boca abajohang the bunches upside down
4
boca arriba : face up
5
boca abajo : face down
suena extraño en boca de un socialistait sounds odd coming from a socialist
está en boca de todosit's on everybody's lips
puso esa frase en boca de un personaje suyohe gave that phrase to one of his characters
6
boca del estómago : pit of the stomach
7
boca de riego/incendios : hydrant
8
correr de boca en boca : to spread by word of mouth
9
el boca a boca : mouth-to-mouth (resuscitation)
hacerle el boca a boca a alguiento give someone mouth-to-mouth
10
en boca de todos : on everyone's lips
11
por boca de : according to

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