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Jan
19
answered Translation of “let me know”
Jan
19
answered What Spanish dialect is used for dubbing international films/shows?
Jan
19
comment If you need to clarify a speaker with a pronoun, do you need to clarify all verbs in the sentence with one?
You have a typo in tu eres cansado. It should be tú (second person singular) eres cansado
Jan
19
comment What's the meaning of “Te la bañaste” expression?
+1 First time I hear the term. Question: On the first example, should it be ¡Ah, se la baño! or ¡Ah, se la bañó! (past)?
Jan
18
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
18
comment Armpit: sobaco vs. axila
@Ricardo Updated the answer. If you have enough privileges, feel free to edit my answer, I'd appreciate it.
Jan
18
revised Armpit: sobaco vs. axila
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Jan
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revised Armpit: sobaco vs. axila
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Jan
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revised Armpit: sobaco vs. axila
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Jan
17
answered Armpit: sobaco vs. axila
Jan
17
revised What is the difference between “Entrometido” and “Entremetido”?
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Jan
17
revised What is the difference between “Entrometido” and “Entremetido”?
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Jan
17
answered What is the difference between “Entrometido” and “Entremetido”?
Jan
16
comment Translation of “What's wrong?”
Your accept rate is rather low, you should start accepting some answers.
Jan
13
comment Translation of “bowl”
+1 bol and cuenco are news to me :)
Jan
13
answered Are there any words that have opposite regional meanings?
Jan
12
comment Translation of “cheesy”
Also in Colombia - Cursi is used everywhere.
Jan
12
revised Meaning and connotations of “gringo”
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Jan
12
answered Meaning and connotations of “gringo”