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JOHN
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Position88
Accepted meanings41548
Obtained votes1914
Votes by meaning04917
Inquiries10619910
Queries by meaning264917
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verga grande
  7

In Spain and many of the South American countries, verga is synonymous with PENE, a virile member with which the male mammal urinates and impregnates the female.

  
paja rusa
  14

RUSSIAN STRAW A is masturbation. A masturbation performed by friction with both breasts is known in Spain and most Spanish-speaking countries as CUBANA or PAJA CUBABA. It is also sometimes referred to as RUSSIAN STRAW.

  
hijuepuerca o hijuepucha
  10

HIJUEPUERCA or HIJUEPUCHA vulgarism, see HIJUEPUERCA , HIJUEPUCHA, SON-OF-A-BITCH , SON OF A BITCH

  
con bombos y platillos
  16

WITH GREAT FANFARE in Chile it is said like this, and it means with great aspaviento, with much fanfare, with great publicity and notoriety

  
preimpacto
  11

PRE-impact refers to the moment prior to producing or producing the blow or collision between two physical elements.

  
ser infiel
  13

Being unfaithful Being romantically engaged to one person and having sex with another.

  
ser meticuloso
  16

BE METICULOUS be extremely careful, be detailed, take care of everything with great care.

  
aberración mental
  9

MENTAL ABERRATION colloquially is an expression that applies to sayings that are considered irrational, illogical, as if they were emitted by a deranged mind. It's a euphemism for absurdity, insanity.

  
que dan risa
  17

THAT GIVE LAUGHTER expression that means ridiculous in the sense of being insignificant, ephemeral, minimal.

  
salsoteca
  19

SALSOTECA Disco or place destined to dance and eventually give salsa lessons.

  
hormiga santandereana
  14

SANTANDEREANA ANT Atta laevigatta, hymenoptera of the family of formicids. It is one of the most common leafcutter ants. They are commonly known as culon ants for their possessing a large, smooth, shiny head and a butt that is also large. They have an impressive capacity to constitute themselves in a superorganism, to associate to think and act as a single individual, particularly when they are mature and more experienced and are dedicated to cutting leaves. They build anthills 5 meters deep and cover large areas covering square kilometers. When the queen ant, larger than the rest (up to 2, 5 cms), mates with an alpha male who has half the genes does so in a nuptial flight, and can give rise to a new anthill in its eagerness to maintain and expand the species Some synonyms, words or similar expressions can be ant culona 40 , Colombia 41 , , Zompopo de Mayo 40 , Argentina , Ecuador 41 , , Akango 40 , Venezuela 41 , , Chicatana 40 , Paraguay 41 , , Cepe culón 40 , Mexico 41 ,

  
hormiga culona
  11

CULONA ANT Atta laevigatta, hymenoptera of the family of formicids. It is one of the most common leafcutter ants. They are named for possessing a large, smooth, shiny head and a butt that is also large. They have an impressive ability to constitute themselves as a superorgan, associate to think and act as a single individual, particularly when they are mature and more experienced and engaged in leaf cutting. They build anthills up to 5 meters deep and cover large areas spanning square kilometers. When the queen ant, larger than the rest (up to 2, 5 cm), mates with an alpha male who has half the genes does so in a nuptial flight, and can give rise to a new anthill in its eagerness to maintain and expand the species. Ant colonies are a potent force that forages and moves as a single animal. They are so connected that they behave like an autonomous being; a super organism, which specializes in performing specific tasks. .

  
payoponi
  20

PAYOPONI in Spain a derogatory to refer to Amerindians who have ainidiado appearance. It comes from payo, which in gypsy language is used to refer to those who are not of their race and pony, because of their short stature.

  
aplacador
  15

Appeaser That calms the spirits, that reduces discontent

  
huachipear
  17

Huachipear in Chile: stealing something of small amount

  
huachipitear
  14

HUACHIPITEAR in Chile : Abusar , robar , escamotear

  
îñr
  13

IÑR shorthand by sir, type, so-and-so

  
guachupa
  20

GUACHUPA wachupa , From the Quechua wachupi, bastardera, single woman who gives only illegitimate children.

  
poco claro
  18

UNCLEAR is said of something that is not explained well, or that is hiding, camouflaging, or misrepresenting part of the exposed, either verbally or in writing.

  
ite
  9

ITE in Chile: acronym that corresponds to the Stamp Tax, which corresponds to the tax that must be paid when incurring an agreement or contract involving a loan in money requested by a legal or natural person

  






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