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bo·cón  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: bocones
Feminine: bocona
Plural and Feminine: boconas
  1. Translate "bocón" to English: big mouth, boaster, boastful person
    Spanish Synonyms of "bocón": aparentador, blasonador, bocazas, charlatán, fanfarrón, farsante, persona que habla constante y ruidosamente, persona que habla de más, bocacha, guacamaya
    Define meaning of "bocón": Que dice muchas fanfarronadas.

  2. Translate "bocón" to English: blabbermouth, talebearer
    Spanish Synonyms of "bocón": chismoso, bocasuelta, bocazas, bocota, charlatán, cotorra, hablantín
    Define meaning of "bocón": Persona dada a difundir chismes maliciosamente. ; Que le gusta murmurar de los demás. ; Se dice de la persona a quien le gusta comentar y propalar chismes, murmuraciones, rumores. Chismoso, chismosa. .

bocón  Adjective
  1. Translate "bocón" to English: big-mouthed, boasting
    Spanish Synonyms of "bocón": con una boca grande, fanfarrón, tapudo
    Define meaning of "bocón": Que dice muchas fanfarronadas.

  2. Translate "bocón" to English: wide-mouthed, widemouthed, with a large mouth
    Spanish Synonyms of "bocón": bocudo, de boca ancha, con una boca grande

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