Barraco

Barraco is the pig used as a stud or mating male on some farms, although this is not the whole meaning of barraco. The word Barraco is also used as an adjective for people of great strength, brave and who are afraid of almost nothing.  Phrases using the word barraco:  “What a barraco that man is, he doesn’t […]

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Chambea

The expression ” Chambear ” is all kinds of action performed, all human activity that can or should be recognized as work among the many activities of which the human is capable, but this is not all that the word chambea means. The meaning of chambea can vary depending on the country, but in most of them, its meaning is “work”. However, in […]

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Anda pal carajo

To understand this expression, we must first know what “carajo” means, this being one of the most used words by Latinos, although most do not know its definition. The carajo is the basket-shaped part that is on the highest part of the mast of a ship. This is the place where the crew climbed to be able to […]

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Abocarriba

Abocarriba is to be with the mouth up, in the supine position, lying down. Get on abocarriba to put the syringe on your butt. I can only sleep abocarriba, because otherwise I feel very uncomfortable. Put that plate abocarriba, because if you put it down, it can get dirty. The word abocarriba is part of […]

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Abombarse

To Abombarse is the state of absolute fullness, in which you can no longer eat anymore, although this is not the whole meaning of Abombarse. The adjective Abombado can also be used to refer to the putrefaction process of water, fruit or food. Synonym of Abombarse: rotten, past, damaged, swollen, decomposed You know what Abombarse means .

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Abombao

In the Dominican Republic, you are “Abombao” after having eaten or drunk a lot; when you are completely full or “about to explode”, although something can also be bulged when it is in a state of putrefaction. Synonym  of Abombao: full, satisfied, rotten, bloated, potbellied You know what Abombao means.

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Payola

The word payola comes from the English verb “pay”, and is used to refer to the act of pressure on a company dedicated to the music business, through “donations” or threats to  promote  certain artists or groups musical, so that these are benefited with priorities, but this is not all what payola means. Synonym of Payola: Bribery, Promotion, Donations In the […]

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Chapiadora

Chapiadora is a word that has achieved a high popularity index in the Dominican Republic; For this reason, in Que-quiere-decir.com we will tell you the meaning of chapiadora in the Dominican Republic. Let’s go there! The word Chapiadora, comes directly from the term “Chapeo”; Term originating in the northern region or (Cibao) of the Dominican Republic, and means “Cut grass”. From […]

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Cadela

Cadela is as the canine group animal is called in Portuguese, with four legs and especially cared for by people as pets or to hunt or just for company.  Portuguese: Be very careful because a cadela bites. English: Be very careful because the female dog bites. Synonym of Cadela : Puppy, Bitch, Canine The words that can be related to the concept of […]

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C Mamut

This word is used in the colloquial Mexican language and is very popular in social networks like WhatsApp, Messenger or social networks like Facebook, Twitter or Google+, it is used when someone says something, something funny or gives a great answer.  The expression c mamut derives from the word ” suck ” and is used when something goes wrong.  C Mamut is simply a […]

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