Spanish Words Slang Word of the Week: Boludez

What does the Spanish Words Slang «boludez» mean?  

Boludez is the Spanish words slang for estupidez, which means “something silly or foolish”.


How frequently is this Argentine slang word used? 

High frequency word. Argentinians use this word on almost a daily basis.

Examples of this word in use:

  •  “El examen de matemáticas fue una boludez”. 
  • “El inglés es una boludez comparado con el chino”.
  • “No te compliques, es una boludez”
  • “Te compré un regalito. Es una boludez igual, no es gran cosa”.
  • “Este programa de televisión es una boludez total”.
  • “Para mí, manejar el auto manual es una boludez”.
  • “¿Solo permiten una persona por vez en la farmacia? ¡Qué boludez!”
  • “No hagas boludeces que te estoy mirando”.
  • “¿Podés dejar de hacer boludeces?”. 

Interesting facts about this slang word:

The plural form of the spanish slang boludez is boludeces. We use that word to talk about silly or foolish actions. For example: “Juan no estudia porque pierde tiempo haciendo boludeces”. Otros sinónimos: pavada.

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  • Other usages for the word
  • Interesting facts about the word

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