Spanish Andalusia, Spain

cagarse en todo lo que se menea

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

(to shit on everything that wiggles) • An expression of frustration.

"He perdido el tren, ¡me cago en todo lo que se menea!"

"I missed the train, I'm shitting on everything that wiggles!"

Confirmed by 3 people

Spanish Spain

estar más perdidx que un pulpo en un garaje

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

(to be more lost than an octopus in a garage) • To be lost. To not have a clue.

"No estudió nada. Durante el examen estaba más perdido que un pulpo en un garaje."

"He didn't study at all. He was lost more than an octopus in a garage during the exam."

Spanish Spain


Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

(french fry) • Someone dumb, foolish or of little intelligent.

"Fastidió la fiesta sorpresa, se lo contó todo a la cumpleañera. Menudo papafrita".

"He screwed up the surprise party, he told everything to the birthday girl. What a french fry."

Spanish Andalusia, Spain


Expression USED Frequently BY Some People

A slice, usually of fruit.

"Tengo hambre, ¿me das una tajá de melón?"

"I'm hungry, can you give me a slice of melon?"

Spanish Spain


Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(on the table) • Time spent sitting at the table after lunch chatting or watching TV (usually drinking coffee).

"Entresemana no tengo tiempo, como y voy a trabajar. Por eso, los domingos disfruto de las sobremesas con la familia."

"I have no time on week days I eat, and I go to work. For this reason, on Sundays I enjoy on the table with the family."

Spanish Argentina

chocolate por la noticia

Expression USED Frequently BY Some People

(chocolate for the news) • Used when someone says something really obvious

"Boludo, el dólar está a 170 pesos" "Chocolate por la noticia, pibe. Hace 2 meses está igual"

"Man, one dollar is worth 170 pesos" "Chocolate for the news, bro. It's been like that for the last 2 months"


Spanish Chile


Slang USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(n.) • In Chile, it is used as a very informal alternative for the word dude or friend (amigo) and, depending on the tone, it can also mean 'stupid' among several other meanings.

"Hola weon, cómo estai?"

"Hi dude, how's it going?"

Confirmed by 6 people

Spanish Bogotá, Colombia

más falso que una moneda de cuero

Expression USED Frequently BY People older than 30

(faker than a leather coin) • 1) Someone who isn't genuine, who pretends to be something else. 2) When an object seems to be or is actually fake.

1) "Juan es más falso que una moneda de cuero. No le creo." 2) "Ese perfume no es Chanel, es más falso que una moneda de cuero."

1) "John is faker than leather coin, I don't trust him." 2) "That perfume isn't Chanel, it's faker than a leather coin."

Spanish Mexico

tú di rana y yo salto

Expression USED On Occasion BY Young People

(say frog and I'll jump) • Means thar you are eager to fulfill a request or follow an order.

"¿Puedes ayudarme con algo?" "Claro, tú di rana y yo salto."

"Can you help me with something?" "Sure, just say frog and I'll jump."


Spanish Panama


Slang USED Frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • Very. A lot.

"Cha, tengo buco hambre."

"Damn, I am very hungry."

Spanish Mexico

No vendes piñas

Expression USED Frequently BY Everyone

(You don't sell pineapples) • It's used when you want someone to know that they're criticizing something that they're also doing. It's used to say someone it's being rude.

"Pero mira esa muchacha con ese vestido tan corto." "Pero tú no vendes piñas, mira el tuyo."

"But look at that girl with a short dress." "But you don't sell pineapples, look at yours."

Spanish Spain

ser la leche

Expression USED Frequently BY Young People

(to be the milk ) • To be cool. It can be used for both people or things.

"¡Eres la leche!" "¡Este juego es la leche!"

"You are the milk!" "This game is the milk!"

Confirmed by 3 people


Spanish Guatemala

es un mango

Expression USED Frequently BY Women

(he's a mango) • In Guatemala we say "he's a mango" to a man who is really handsome.

"mira ese muchacho, es un mango."

"Look at that guy, he's a mango."

Spanish Ecuador

Calla, sancochoeverga

Expression USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

(Shut up, you dicksoup) • Used to refer to someone who is talking nonsense. It can be used in many ways - jokingly, seriously, surprisedly, etc. "Calla" = shut up; "sancocho" = a soup made with fish and peanut; "(d)e" = of; "verga" = dick.

"Calla, sancochoeverga, tu parte de la presentación está mal, hazla otra vez."

"Shut up, you dicksoup, your part of the presentation is wrong, do it again."

Spanish Spain


Slang USED On Occasion BY Some People

(quince) • Someone who is a bit stupid and naive.

"No seas membrillo."

"Don't be stupid."

Confirmed by 2 people

Spanish Uruguay

papa frita

Expression USED On Occasion BY Kids

(French fry) • It's used as a synonym of "silly", generally among kids.

"Sos un papa frita." "Juancito es tremendo papa frita."

"You're a French fry." "Juancito is such a French fry."

Spanish Colombia

Coma mierda

Expression USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(Go eat shit) • Something you say when someone makes you very angry.

"Estoy muy enojado por lo que hizo. ¡Coma merda!"

"I'm very angry about what you did. Go eat shit!"



Spanish Occidental Regions, Bolivia


Word USED On Occasion BY Almost Everyone

(n.) • (not castrated) • A colloquial term for someone who acts naively or in a dumb way. It's used in informal conversations and can be used as an insult or with sarcasm as remark of a dumb answer of question.

"¡Este cojudo se va a matar por andar manejando moto sin casco!"

"This dumb one is going to kill himself for driving his motorcycle without a helmet!"



Spanish Valencian Country, Spain


Word USED Frequently BY People Under 30

(n.) • (long walk) • Action that requires an effort that we do not want to undertake. Not necessarily linked to walking despite its original sense.

"Dios, aún me quedan veinte páginas, ¡qué pateo!"

"God, there's still twenty more pages, what a long walk!"

Spanish Mexico

mal del puerco

Expression USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(n.) • (pig's disease) • It's the feeling of getting sleepy after a big meal.

"Comimos un chingo." "Sí, ya me dió el mal del puerco."

"We ate a lot." "Yes, it gave me the pig's disease."