Ayöök Vocabulary from Santa María Ocotepec (Maaxïnkojm), Oaxaca, México

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Mexico Slang

Poster Here are some of our faves (in alphabetical order):A pocoAguasÁndale!ÁnimoChingarChula / chuloNi modoPatriaQué onda?Qué poca madre AlsoPochoMetiche Spanish English Adios Can mean ‘Hi!’ when the person does not have time to stop and chat Aguas Water, also ‘watch out!’ A hueso, A huevo Definitely, undoubtedly Alboroto Uproar, racket A poco No?! Berrinche To throw …


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Macquarie Dictionary

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