Translation of boss-eyed in Spanish:


bizco, adj.

Pronunciation /bɔsˈaɪd/ /bɑsˈaɪd/ /ˈbɒsʌɪd/


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    turnio Chile informal
    • When I was at school in the 80s we used to have these awful Country Dancing lessons which involved prancing up and down our school hall beneath the boss-eyed instruction of a mad pensioner.
    • This long weekend will see a nation boss-eyed with self-indulgent excitement, hooked on the dangerous drug of royal nostalgia.
    • Increasingly it feels as if the violence did not go away but was supplemented by a vile and damaging hatred among those who used to bring something more worthwhile to the ground than a boss-eyed devotion to one team.
    • She ordered wine from a boss-eyed kid behind the bar who had a strange patch of greying hair at the back of his head like he'd fallen asleep against a blackboard.
    • He was standing at his door with a mug of tea in hand, boss-eyed after hours on the computer sending begging letters.