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15 words for you to understand the Argentines

We leave you a list of some of the most common ones, so you can take note and understand us a little more.

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Although you can speak Spanish, those who are not familiar with Argentine jargon may feel lost by not recognizing the meaning of many commonly used words. We leave you a list of some of the most common, so you can take note and understand us a little more.

  1. Che: We use it as a synonym for “vos”, “ey”, “friend”
  2. Boludo/A: It's an insult, synonym for “fool”, “fool”, “fool”. But we also use it amicably
  3. Bounty: It is similar to the boludo, but a little stronger. Does not have
  4. a child friendly side: boy, boy, boy.
  5. Type; shack: Means man and woman, respectively
  6. Ortiva: Means “bad wave”, “selfish”
  7. twine: Means “silver”, “money”
  8. Gross: Means “copado”, “piola”, “good wave”
  9. Chamuyo: Doubtful arguments we use to convince someone of something
  10. Bondi: Colectivo
  11. Birra:EscabioBeer
  12. : Alcoholic drinks
  13. Previous: Gathered young people in a house, before going to the bowling
  14. Flashero: “Creative”, “strange”, “psychedelic”
  15. Posta : “Seriously”, “really ”

Publication Date: 27/01/2019

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