There are 2 main translations of boob in Spanish

: boob1boob2

boob1

bobo, n.

Pronunciation /bub/ /buːb/

noun

  • 1US

    (foolish person)
    bobo masculine informal
    boba feminine informal
    • I didn't even want to think what his reaction would be if the doc got anywhere near my boobs.
    • Her tummy is trim, her legs long (for obvious reasons), her boobs big, and her butt nice and round.
    • A blonde girl, hmmm, with big boobs, that's not so easy to pinpoint, there have been a quite a few of them on the show.
    • Headlines of big boobs, fat butts and scandalous stories are always on the front pages.
    • When you have a baby and decide to breast feed that baby, you are going to enter the world of leaking boobs.
    • And where did those giant boobs come from suddenly?
    • But she admitted there are certain things she wore back then that she would not wear now, such as navel breakers or deep-cut tops with her boobs sticking out.
    • You were distracted by a pair of boobs and a stupid blonde!
    • If one more idiot drooled at my boobs, I was going to scream.
    • The way to change my life and the way to fix everything is to go and change a cheekbone or an eye or a boob…
    • He reached over, grabbed my boob and said it was right there.
    • Jon asks with barely any interest, ‘Was that her boob?’
    • People came up and congratulated me and my boob just slipped out.
    • When removing one's lifejacket upon returning to the boat, check first to see that your right boob has not slipped out of your bikini.
    • I don't understand what it is about boobs everyone finds so fascinating.
  • 2British

    (blunder)
    metedura de pata feminine informal
    metida de pata feminine Latin America informal
    to make a boob meter la pata informal

intransitive verb

British
  • 1

    meter la pata informal
    tirarse una plancha Spain informal
    • He should also be applauded for having the guts to admit he might have boobed and wrongly made one of the most crucial decisions in the match.
    • OK, I admit I boobed on the Marie Antoinette let-them-eat-cake thing.
    • I suggest we get as many people as possible to write in with a response so the paper knows it has boobed.
    • An artist boobed after his painting of a breastfeeding mum attracted a number of complaints from staff on a maternity ward.
    • But he knew he'd boobed when he named the team - and left himself on the bench.
    • Their scratch card quizzes for cash have boobed twice.
    • Hmmmm, perhaps that's why my economic theory about spending your way out of a depression didn't work, but Keynes boobed on that one too.
    • Even when the Frenchman boobed the luck went United's way.
    • I've had my knuckles rapped for a venue boob I made last week.
    • 20,000 lives would have been lost, not the two million that boobs like you repeat.

There are 2 main translations of boob in Spanish

: boob1boob2

boob2

teta, n.

Pronunciation /bub/ /buːb/

noun

informal
  • 1

    (breast)
    teta feminine informal, vulgar slang
    pechuga feminine informal, humorous
    chichi feminine Mexico informal
    lola feminine River Plate informal, humorous