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Dec
8
revised What's the Spanish expression for 'In a nutshell'?
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Dec
8
revised What's the Spanish expression for 'In a nutshell'?
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Dec
8
answered What's the Spanish expression for 'In a nutshell'?
Nov
8
comment Spanish for “sink”
In Cuba we use pila just for the spigot (no matter where it is placed), and fregadero just for the sink in the kitchen.
Aug
30
comment ¿Se usa “halar” en vez de “jalar” en algún lugar?
@deStrangis De hecho en Cuba de niños solían decirnos en la escuela que "jalar" era incorrecto. No se si continua siendo así. Me resulta muy gracioso ahora que alguien lo encuentre "horroroso".
Mar
22
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
7
comment How do you say “I got you!” in Spanish?
+1 for pointing that it could be different on each country. In Cuba (and other caribbean countries) we would say "te cogí", but the same phrase can be somewhat coarse/vulgar/offensive in other latin-american countries.
Jan
5
awarded  Yearling
Jan
4
answered How to defeat the barrier of trilling r
Oct
28
comment What is the meaning of the word KOS in the conquestadores stirrup shoe?
It seems this question has been taken from here: Memories of Venezuela
Oct
26
comment “Antier” para expresar el día anterior a ayer
"Usarlo denota poca escolarización." Esto casi que me ofende...
Oct
3
revised What is the difference between “herramientas” and “útiles?”
corrected the spelling of "herramientas"
Oct
3
suggested approved edit on What is the difference between “herramientas” and “útiles?”
Aug
24
answered To remark that / faire remarquer: “advertir”?
Jul
11
awarded  Critic
Jul
9
revised Where does the expression “Oe oe oe oe oe, … oeee, … oeee” come from?
removed rude comment
Jul
9
suggested approved edit on Where does the expression “Oe oe oe oe oe, … oeee, … oeee” come from?
Jul
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
14
comment Usage of “mueco” vs. “mellado” for “toothless”
Is the first time I heard the word "mueco", and it is also the first time I see "mellado" used in this way. Where I come from we use "desdentado".
Dec
8
revised What is the most common way to answer the phone?
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