Whenever I hear some person from Argentina, it is quite common to hear him or her say a sentence containing boludo: - ¡Qué boludo! - Eres un boludo - No digas boludeces So it seems ...
I found this in Barron's Spanish-English dictionary and it piqued my interest: It seems like a sure way to get into trouble in the wrong crowd. Do Spanish speakers use the "¡(No) Hay moros en la ...
¿Es una ofensa llamar a alguien "Gabacho" en Mexico y en otros países donde el español se habla?
What does "nano" mean in Spain? Is it an offense to call somebody "nano"? Somebody in Spain called me "nano" and I don't know what it means. Hola, nano, que tal todo?
What does "weón" mean? Someone told me that weon is used in Mexico and Chile, but he was not sre what it meant. Could anyone in these countries tell me what this word is? Or is it an offense calling ...