patín

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See also: patin, Patin, and patîn

Galician[edit]

Pazo de Pousadouro, Redondela
Casa do Patín, Ferrol

Etymology 1[edit]

Unknown.[1]

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Noun[edit]

patín m (plural patíns)

  1. terrace in a house which is acceded through an exterior staircase and that opens to the upper floor
  2. hórreo's staircase

Etymology 2[edit]

From French patin, from patte with -in.

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Noun[edit]

patín m (plural patíns)

  1. skate, roller skate

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French patin, from patte with -in.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /paˈtin/, [paˈt̪ĩn]

Noun[edit]

patín m (plural patines)

  1. skate, roller skate
    Me gustan los patines que me compraron.I like the roller skates they bought for me.
  2. (colloquial, El Salvador) foul smell
    Le sentí un patín a guaro que no se aguantaba.From him I smelled a foul smell of booze no one could stand.
    • 2014, Óscar Martínez Peñate, Cultura del "guanaco" o posmodernismo I:
      nos dijo que no era puta, nos armó un berrinche y nos obligó a que nos fuéramos del lugar; entonces salimos de la disco con un gran "patín" a cerveza y a cigarro que teníamos penetrados en el aliento, pelo y en la ropa.
      She told us she was not a whore, she threw a tantrum and forced us to get out of the place; then we went out of the club with a huge foul smell of beer and cigarettes that permeated our breath, hair and clothes.
  3. (colloquial, El Salvador) party
    Habrá patín en casa del Gato.There's gonna be a party at Gato's house.
    • 2017, Jessica Orellana, Más :
      Patín en una disco gay
      Party at a gay club

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