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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"

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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!"

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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