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accepted ¿Puede un punto y coma estar entre dos signos de admiración?
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comment ¿Puede un punto y coma estar entre dos signos de admiración?
Cierto. He modificado la pregunta.
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asked ¿Puede un punto y coma estar entre dos signos de admiración?
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comment ¿Qué origen tiene la expresión “ya te cargó el payaso”?
Muy interesante ¿Hay una fuente bibliográfica que soporte este hecho?
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comment ¿Cómo se dice “bootstrap” en castellano?
@dockeryz "No hay que traducirla para que la gente te entienda." :)
Apr
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comment Is there a phrase in Spanish which is similar to 'to bell a cat'?
Quite good answer. But "Flandes is a designation for the Netherlands" ... you for sure mean at that time; now Belgium. Maybe obvious for us, but for Spanish learners it might not be obvious what now Flandes means.
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comment Variants to the rolled R in Spain?
The English word measure has no zh sound.
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asked “Siempre” Neruda
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comment Is «verga» a word I should avoid in polite company?
Btw. Está bien verga would be, on the other hand, flattering. E.g. "Tu coche está bien verga". And "estar de la verga" could also mean "está muy feo/fea" or politically, "¡las nuevas medidas de austeridad están de la requeteverga!".
Feb
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comment Is «verga» a word I should avoid in polite company?
Probably as foreigner people would consider it as cute that you know such an expression. But the world itself is obnoxious.
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