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buco

Spanish Panama

Slang USED Frequently BY Young People

(adj.) Very. A lot.

"Cha, tengo buco hambre."

"Damn, I am very hungry."





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yeyo

Spanish Panama

Slang USED Very frequently BY Young People

(adj.) This word basically means “cool” or “nice” It can be used in plenty of contexts

Note: It has a different meaning in other Spanish speaking countries

"Man, te quedo super yeyo el outfit." "Fren, estamos en una fiesta super yeya."

"Man, your outfit is really cool" "Bro, we are at a cool party."


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Qué sopa?

Spanish Panama

Slang USED Frequently BY young people

Used as "what's up?" in Panamanian Spanish. It comes from switching the order in which syllables of "Que pasó?" (what happened). It is occasionally also written as "xopa".

"Oye fren, que sopa?"

"Hey bro, what's up?"


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fren

Spanish Panama

Slang USED Frequently BY Young people

(n.) Derives from the English word "friend" and is used as an informal way of referring to a friend.

"Oye fren, ¿qué sopa?"

"Hey bro, what's up?"


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cuero*

* leather

Spanish Panama

Slang USED Very frequently BY Young People

(n.) It means “okay”.

Note: It has different meaning in other Spanish speaking countries.

"Hey, ¿vamos al cine esta noche?" "Cuero"

"Let’s go to the movie theater tonight?" "Leather."


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parkin*

* parking lot

Spanish Panama

Slang USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

It is used as an alternative to the word “Party” This slang is very common among the young people

"Fren, vamos a llegar al parkin que hay el viernes?"

"Bro, are we going to get to the parking lot that is this Friday?"


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