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Boludo, Boluda
Boludo
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(Argentina) Usually means idiot, "dumb ass", "clueless", but depending on the context it can mean "dude, as in "Che boludo! Como te va?". Literally it means "big balls". It your watching kids playing football (soccer) on the street, every other word seems to be "boludo"...
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Canuto/a
Canuto/a
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"cheapskate", "tightwad", miser, unwilling to spend money.
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Joya
Joya
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Exellent
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No me jodas
No me jodas
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Leave me in peace. Dont boather me.
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Pajero, Pajera
Pajero, Pajera
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\"wanker\", someone you masturbates excessively, a lazy or idle person. I once tried to say bird in Spanish, \"pájaro\", but pronounced it \"pajero\" eliciting embarrassed giggles from my Argentine friends.
Carlos deja de ser pajero. Las chicas no te miran, no seas tan cuentero. Carlitos vos sos de mataderos. No hagas esas cosas no seas papelonero Carlitos.
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