spanish slang words and phrases

Bajón: Spanish Slang Words and Phrases

What does «bajón» mean in Spanish Slang Words and Phrases?   Bajón is the slang for pésimo or malísimo, which means “a downer”. Other Spanish slang words and phrases derivative from «bajón» are «bajonearse», «bajonear», «qué bajón» and «es un bajón». A synonym of «un bajón» is «un garrón», another Argentine…

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”. SEE VIDEO HERE https://www.youtube.com/shorts/g3DpkAIUJ7w How frequently is this Argentine slang word used?  High frequency word. Argentinians use this word on almost a daily basis. Examples of this word…

Bancarse: Slang Spanish Word of the Week

What does «bancarse» mean in slang Spanish?   Bancarse is a slang Spanish verb that can be used to convey two different things: one of them is to support financially.  VER VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/shorts/B1HKMFwS9GE How frequently is this Argentine Lunfardo word used?   Medium-High frequency word. Argentinians use this word rather frequently.…

Bancame: One of the Most Frequent Slang Spanish Words

What does «bancame» mean in Argentine slang Spanish words?   Bancame is the slang for esperame, which means “wait for me”. VER VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/y5xcLg_Eyrk How frequently is this word used?  This is one of the most frequent slang words in Spanish. Argentinians use this word on almost a daily basis. Examples…

What Does «Chapar» Mean in the Language of Argentina?

What does «chapar» mean in the language of Argentina?   Chapar is the slang for besar con la lengua, which means “tongue-kissing” or “french-kissing” in the language of Argentina. VER VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/shorts/DN7gyCNWBl8 How frequently is this word used?  Medium-Low frequency. Different generations use different slang words for tongue-kissing. Other slang words…

Copado: Our Argentine Spanish Word of the Week

What does «copado» mean in Argentine Spanish slang Lunfardo?   Copado is the Argentine Spanish slang for «cool». We use this word in moments of satisfaction, happiness, joy, etc. Therefore, this word has a possitive connotation. VER VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/shorts/JcnVR6F8FQE How frequently is this word used? This is a medium-high frequency word…