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Entrerrians have that particular way of talking that sets them apart from the rest. It can be a tonada, an expression or weird words that leave more than one recalculating. That entrerriano didn't have to give explanations after applying for a horse? Or to consider that an action doesn't have a gullet? How many times did a tourist ask scared what this is about to spark ? An important clarification is that the inhabitants of the province of Entre Ríos speak light. So, if you want to follow the talk, take a quick note of these 13 words and expressions that you need to know.
1- Caballito : It is the position where one leads up to the other on the back (cococho).
2- Cachiquengue : Flashing. Example: “Order that cachiquengue right now.”
3- Carpir : Cut the grass. But it is also said to flee suddenly. Example: “Carpishing came out.”
4- Catinga: Strong, unpleasant odor. Example: “What a smell of catinga”.
5- Chinguiado : Twisted, deviated. It is pronounced “chinguiáu”. Example: “I have big booties, I always get chinguiau for that side”.
6- Sparkling : When it rains gently. Example: “Ta starting to spark”
7- Churrasquera : Place where the best roasts in the country are cooked. Buenos Aires equivalent: grill
8- Pussy : Physical punishment that consists of sticking with the fist closed on the head who
9- Joke face : Mild insult. It is pronounced “careguasca.”
10- Camorra : Conflict between people maliciously and intentionally provoked with the aim of triggering a fight. Example: “Hey, che! stop looking for camorra vó.”
11- Camorrero : The person looking for camorra is told. Buenos Aires equivalent: quilombero, barabrava .
12- Calorito : Better known as water heater for the thermos.
13- Colero : It is the “gummy” that serves to tie hair.
You know, when you visit Entre Ríos, these are 13 words and expressions that you can't miss.
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Publication Date: 02/06/2020
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