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Margarito Cázares Guerrero
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Position77
Accepted meanings36667
Obtained votes5212
Votes by meaning0.0125
Inquiries763607
Queries by meaning2125
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puta madre
  22

It is an expression that is used to show disgust when something goes wrong, it is of vulgar use and I do not recommend its use

  
prodemocracia
  31

In or for democracy

  
megafraude
  29

Large-scale fraud

  
último modelo
  31

Cars or motor vehicles corresponding to their latest edition are said to be updated, models are usually updated every year

  
lamparoso
  47

It is said of the person who wears dirty clothes, clothes with stains

  
sembradas
  32

Past sowing, deposit the seed in the soil in order to obtain a new plant or tree

  
cigarrito
  38

Cigarette diminutive

  
demacrados
  33

Plural of emaciated, is to show on the face a physical improvement

  
vasijas
  32

This is called the utensils used to prepare food, mainly pots and pans

  
breves
  35

For a short time or reduced moments

  
perfumadas
  34

They have perfume and say good smell, they can be people or things

  
fríos
  35

People or things that are at a low temperature, the opposite is staggering

  
apeame
  30

It's a request for help to get down from something

  
vacaciones
  25

It occurs when a person temporarily leaves their daily tasks to enjoy a free time, usually taking advantage to get out of their avitual environment

  
hacer berrinche
  28

It is to show anger or courage evidently, usually accompanied by screaming and crying

  
apeltronado
  29

Maybe it's a mistake of writing by apoltronado : sitting comfortably, it comes from a chair called poltrona

  
viejas
  32

Old plural, derogatory way of referring to women

  
esqueléticos
  26

Plural of skeletal, very thin or skinny people or animals

  
viejo
  29

Affectionate form snugly sned by some women to refer to her husband

  
osito
  25

Bear diminutive

  






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