How to say "zombie b**ch" in Spanish

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Zorra zombi (and it even has a nice alliterative appeal!)

or if you don't mind to be rude, puta zombi.

By the way, sorry not answering your PM, just wanted to say it's a pleasure to help you. :)
 

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Zorra zombi (and it even has a nice alliterative appeal!)

or if you don't mind to be rude, puta zombi.

By the way, sorry not answering your PM, just wanted to say it's a pleasure to help you. :)
Wondering if "puta" means the same thing in Spanish as it does in Japanese (it means pig, lol). But I think it's safe to assume that both Zorra nad Puta mean bitch? Interesting.
 

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Puta means bitch in portuguese too, a short - and much more aggressive and rude way - of saying prostituta (= prostitute).
 

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Could also be Perra (...femenine dog :p) Zombie.
 

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For a great insight into Latin American slang check out Junot Diaz's, The Brief Wondrous Days of Oscar Wao. It's written mostly in English with brief moments of Spanish colloquial, translated into American English vernacular. Besides the extensive slang, there's a good storyline to boot. Well worth the read.
 

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I know this sounds stupid but Google has a GREAT translation page where O'm sure you can get all sorts of stuff like that.
And yes, it shows Zombie perra as correct - Zombeea pear-r-a roll the double-r
 

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