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In Córdoba we developed a parallel lexicon that depends on many factors. Tonada, cadence, context and creativity are some of them. On other occasions we knew how to clarify that there are phonetic and phonological phenomena that only occur here. That's why it's one of the most particular tunes in the country . Besides, what makes this tune specific are the customs we have , whose mentions are always very funny. In this case the idea is to share 4 phrases that are usedto say that something is good or “tá mortal”, also to say that everything is going well . These are expressions we use to flatter our friends or acquaintances. Phrases that give encouragement, that tell you that “you're doing well” . Because, in addition to being creative, we like to recognize the talents of others.And also to emphasize, in a positive way, when something is going well . These phrases go like crazy .
From our quartteapot tradition comes this divine phrase that applies to all the facts of life.It means you have it so clear about something that you can take it out to dance . There are several examples or contexts where this phrase can be used. In football, for example, you can tell your friend “take her out to dance” if he made a good move.If he threw a Chilean , a moist, or if he made a hit . It can also be used when you do a trick, whatever, and it goes well. Or when you manage to fix something on the touch.
This expression means “you are shining” , but with the phonetic phenomena and the magic that we put the cordobeses to the pronunciation remains like this. You're all right . This concept is used when someone is at a good time in their life or “tá luquiando”, that is, winning everywhere.
This expression comes more from sports . However, it spread to all areas. And, today, anyone who is a specialist in something or knows how to handle something very well “has it tied”. It can be academic or pragmatic. If a sommelier comes to explain all the vines of the wine and tell you his opinion, you can say , “uh, brother, keep it tied.” If your friend comes to arm himself and he 's perfect, you know: he's tied up.
This is explained from the field of ball sports, be it football, hockey, basketball or rugby. Whatever you think of. Since it alludes to that if you practice any of those sports very well, it's because you have the ball tied up.
Other stories about this saying go back to the 19th or 20th century, alluding to “having the cow tied” . But that's another story, in Córdoba we always invent our own.
As a madman , it can be an affirmation or an incitement.It serves to emphasize that something is deadly . That “goes crazy.” While it might give the impression, at first glance, that this is some negative connotation.Actually, it's a compliment . If they tell you the fernet tá “like crazy”, it's because you did everything right. You just have to be careful when they call you “ta coqueao”, you could have sent it to you .
This doesn't mean a threat, or that you 're going to eat a boio. It means everything's fine. It goes like Johnny's stew, like trumada . It serves to express that something is going forward, that it's okay, that it's going crazy. You can add some chimichurri. That is, some phrase that exacerbates intent. “ It goes like trumped 'ninja', for example .
So these are the ways to approve some gesture, deed or action that works well for the moment. If you hear any of these phrases , relax and enjoy that your stay in Cordoba goes like trumada.
And, in your province, what do they say when something is deadly ?
Publication Date: 22/07/2020
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