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bagulho
bagulho
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1)anything you can't name exactly - stuffrn2)something insignificant or sloppy. 3) product of theft. 4) ugly and despicable person.
it's like "thing" in englisj...or "stuff" Comment by: brazilian girl   
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Beleza!
Beleza!
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"Good job, man", nice
no!!! its just like, cool. or "beautiful" if it's for a woman Comment by: brazillian girl   
"Beleza?" Can be used as "how are you?" It can also mean "beauty." Comment by: Tommy   
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Bife
Bife
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Englishman, from their red skin after getting a sunburn.
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Boche
Boche
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Details German person (usually derogatory) derived from a French word.
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Buceta
Buceta
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"pussy", vagina, misspelling of boceta, which originally meant a small leather purse or box.
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canadense
canadense
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Posted by: Bruce
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Canadian
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canadiano/a
canadiano/a
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Posted by: Bruce
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Canadian
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Caralho
Caralho
Posted by: Mack
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\"prick\", penis
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Chinoca
Chinoca
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"chink", chinaman
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Chucrute
Chucrute
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German person (usually derogatory)
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cona da tia
cona da tia
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literally "aunt pussy", Ocasion when you dont have any more slang do say and the situation is real bad, when you say this you have to put power into it, like:CONA DA TIA
estes borros nao sabem falar portugese mezmo e estao a tentar a encinar... ? que porra, algem quer falar com migo so i.am.igor@hotmail.com algumas gatas para alli? :P Comment by: Igor    Rated:1/5
It's written Cunha de Tia. And it's translation is "Your Aunt's Pussy" Comment by: Big Sugar   
well...portuguese people don't say this Comment by: yulle   
Yes, portuguese do say "cona da tia", in the context of sending someone that way. "vai para a cona da tia". E o palhao do Igor nem portugus sabe escrever. borros ? mezmo ? encinar ? Palhao ! Comment by: Pedro    Rated:5/5
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Falou
Falou
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Done
Err I see it this way Fal -- Bye In the sense of "all said and done" Comment by: Dave    Rated:1/5
Is wrong! FALOU means bye (informal) Comment by: Rondnelly    Rated:1/5
wrong!!! FALOU is a souther brazillian slang meaning... "ok!" or.. it's done. or,see ya later Comment by: cebola   
Falou, used a lot in the nothern part of Brazil can mean bye, and also Thanks. Comment by: D   
Falou means OK and bye in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil! Comment by: Luiz Henrique Lima   
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fazer uma vaquinha
fazer uma vaquinha
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Posted by: Bruce
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when you and your friends want to purchase something SPLITING THE DEBT.
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Macaco
Macaco
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In southern Brazil, it is a slur against black people. In northern Brazil it is a slur against people in the military
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pika
pika
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"cock", penis
"Pika" is wrong. It's "Pica", and it's a very rude name for penis. Comment by: André    Rated:3/5
it actually sounds like pissa Comment by: lia    Rated:2/5
it's spelled like "Picasso" (the artist) and actually is TOTALLY RUDE AND NONSENSE Comment by: biba   
its actualy pixa pronounced pisha Comment by: emma   
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punani
punani
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"pussy", vagina
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puta
puta
Posted by: Bruce
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"slut", prostitute
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Saco
Saco
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"balls", "nutsack", testicles
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Sapatão
Sapatão
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"dike", lesbian, literally "big shoes" implying woman wearing masculine shoes are lesbians.
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Tupiniquim
Tupiniquim
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Posted by: Bruce
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indigenous people of Brazil
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