What does pito mean in English?

Learn vocabulary with pictures as well as translations of pito into English

See more

n. pito

Translation: woodpecker

Definition of pito in English

Ave voladora y trepadora insectívora de entre 15 y 60 cm de longitud, pico fuerte y puntiagudo, y plumaje generalmente de color negro, rojo y blanco, que pica la corteza de los árboles para encontrar alimento.

Synonyms of pito in English

pájaro carpinteropicapinospicamaderospicatroncospicochupasaviascarpintero

Definition of pito in Spanish

Insectivorous flying bird between 15 and 60 centimetres in length that typically has black, red and white plumage, and a strong, sharp beak with which it pecks tree bark to find food.

See more

n. pito

Translation: whistle

Definition of pito in English

Instrumento de viento que produce un sonido agudo, con un espacio hueco en cuyo interior hay una bola pequeña que vibra al soplar a través de la boquilla.

Synonyms of pito in English

silbato

Definition of pito in Spanish

Small wind instrument comprised of a vessel that houses a vibratory ball, which produces a high-pitched sound.

See more

n. pito

Translation: cigarette

Definition of pito in English

Cilindro pequeño de papel que contiene tabaco seco picado, generalmente con un filtro en el extremo por el que se fuma.

Synonyms of pito in English

cigarrillocigarropitillofasopiticigarro de papel

Definition of pito in Spanish

Small, cylindrical roll of paper filled with dried and cut tobacco that typically has a filter tip, which is ignited at one end and smoked through the other.

Synonyms of pito in Spanish

gaspersmokecancer stickcigfagcoffin nailciggy

See more

v. pito (pitar)

Translation: whistle

Definition of pitar in English

Emitir un sonido intenso y agudo colocando los dedos en la boca para protestar o mostrar disconformidad.

Synonyms of pitar in English

silbar

Definition of pitar in Spanish

To emit a shrill, high-pitched sound by placing the fingers in the mouth and exhaling sharply, performed to signal protest or disagreement.

Synonyms of pitar in Spanish

finger whistle