Translation of charlie in Spanish:

charlie

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɑrli/ /ˈtʃɑːli/

noun

informal, dated
British
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    he looked a right charlie parecía un verdadero imbécil
    • I felt a right charlie me sentí ridículo
    • Who gives a damn what these intelligence charlies want, and what business is it of theirs to be telling Parliament what to do?
    • This might be the perfect moment to visit London, as it will be empty of chin-free society charlies.
    • But what should be of concern is the following: these guys, the tail-end charlies, were picked off or crashed and no one noticed.
    • No, it doesn't function like the original, as one curious charlie in our party queried.