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Jan
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comment Bonita, linda, hermosa, bella, and guapa: what's the difference?
The word guapo is used in PH (as gwapo) but is exclusive to the male gender only (we don't have guapa, at least for the modern Filipino speakers). The one for the female is maganda, of Malay origin if I recall correctly.
Jan
3
comment What Spanish term (or terms) work best to describe a glass jar as used for coffee, jam, etc?
In addition lata in Filipino/Tagalog directly corresponds to "metal cans" as in "canned goods" while bote is for glass bottles.
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3
comment Are there vulgarities in Spanish that are universal throughout the language?
Note that puta or commonly putang ina/putangina (lit. "bitch mother") are one of the most severe/rude ones in the Philippines.
Jan
3
reviewed Satisfactory Sci vs Si, is the Pronunciation Different?
Jan
3
reviewed Excellent Spanish for “Of course”
Jan
3
reviewed Excellent Spanish for “belly”
Jan
3
reviewed Excellent Uso invertido de palabras cariñosas e insultos
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reviewed Satisfactory How to congratulate to somebody's name day?
Jan
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reviewed Satisfactory How to ask if a restaurant/store has something
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reviewed Satisfactory Significado del prefijo “para-” en palabras compuestas
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comment Is it an insult to call someone 'cabrón'?
@DerPolyglott33, I'm curious to know from what source you got cabron as an insult in the Philippines. I am a native Filipino speaker and honestly I never heard anyone, even from the TV and movies that word used but that's just me.