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Spanish Lima, Peru

pata

Slang USED Frequently BY Young People

(n.) • (paw) • Used to say my friend/buddy or to refer to a guy, but always used in 3rd person.

"Mañana mi pata hará una fiesta por su cumpleaños." "Mi hermano conoce un pata que te puede ayudar."

"Tomorrow, my paw is going to throw a party for his birthday." "My brother knows a paw who can help you."

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Tagalog Philippines

hay nako

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Everyone

It is used to express frustration.

"Nambababae na naman 'tong si Juan." "Hay nako."

"Juan's womanising again." "Hay nako."

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Tagalog Philippines

eh di ikaw na!

Expression USED Frequently BY Everyone

It is usually used as an insult to someone who is performing better than you. A close translation in English would be, "then you do it, if you're so good at it", or "good for you!" but said with a sarcastic tone. It is a phrase frequently associated with smart shaming but can also be used as a form of banter for close friends.

"Natapos ko na assignment ko!" "Eh di ikaw na!"

"I finished my homework already!" "Well, good for you!"

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Spanish Buenos Aires, Argentina

hola bella

Expression USED Frequently BY Young People

(hi beautiful) • It's a way of saying hello to a close friend.

"Hola bella! Hacemos videollamada hoy un ratito?"

"Hi beautiful! Wanna make a videocall today for a while?"

Confirmed by 10 people

English United Kingdom

🙃

Emoji USED Frequently BY Young People

Used by young people to convey annoyance or anger.

"When your headphones break mid journey 🙃🙃🙃"

Confirmed by 9 people

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Greek Greece

φύγαμε

Word USED Very frequently BY Most People

(v.) • (we left) • Usually said at the end of a conversation as a call to action.

"Πάμε παραλία?" "Φύγαμε"

"Wanna go to the beach?" "We left!"

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Greek Greece

Kάνε έναν κώλο πιο πέρα

Expression USED On Occasion BY Young People

(Do an ass farther) • This expression is said from a person who is standing to a person who is sitting, asking for some space to sit.

" Έχεις απλωθεί στον καναπέ, κάνε έναν κώλο πιο πέρα να κάτσω."

"You're spread all over the couch, do an ass farther for me to sit."

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Portuguese Brazil

mano

Slang USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

(n.) • A common way to call a friend used in São Paulo, Brazil.

"E aí mano."

"What's up, bro"

Confirmed by 5 people

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Portuguese São Paulo, Brazil

parça

Slang USED Frequently BY Young People

Way to call a friend, abbreviation of "parceiro" which means "buddy".

"E aí parça."

"What's up bud."

Confirmed by 5 people

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Greek Greece

βρέχει καρεκλοπόδαρα

Expression USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(It rains chair legs) • This expression is used when it rains heavily.

"Δεν μπορούμε να βγούμε έξω σήμερα. Βρέχει καρεκλοπόδαρα."

"We can't go out today. It's raining chair legs."

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Hebrew Israel

אחותי

Idiom USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • (my sister) • Used when calling a friend, and sometimes even a stranger.

".אחותי, בואי רגע"

"My sister, come for a moment."

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Spanish Honduras

alero

Expression USED On Occasion BY Gen Y'ers

(n.) • Used mostly by Gen X and Gen Y to refer to a friend.

"Vamos a tener una reunión, hace tiempo no veo a mis aleros"

"We're having a reunion, haven't seen my aleros in a while"

Confirmed by 2 people

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Czech Czechia

do prdele!

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(interj.) • (into the ass!) • Equivalent to English "shit!" or "fuck!" used when something went wrong. Can be used with verb "jít", forming a phrase "jdi do prdele!" meaning "go into the ass!", that is equivalent to English "go fuck yourself!".

"Do prdele, ujel mi autobus!"

"Into the ass, I missed the bus!"

Confirmed by 2 people

German | Hessian Hessia, Germany

gude!

Abbreviation USED Very frequently BY Used in Hessia and parts

A way of saying Guten Tag.

"Gude, wie geht’s?"

"Hi, how are you?"

Confirmed by 2 people