How do you say what’s up in Colombia?
Colombians will sometimes simply say “¿Quiubo?” when you want to say “what’s up?” Note that parce can be directed to any person who’s you age or to whom you don’t need to express additional respect. It could be a friend of a friend you’re meeting for the first time, or someone you’ll never see again.
What does Cucha mean in Colombia?
Cucha – another way to refer to a woman. Malparido(a) – someone really rude or mean.
How do Colombians say cool?
“Chévere” is a popular word for “cool” that is heard throughout Colombia, though it is not exclusive to that country.
What does parce mean?
One of the most famous Colombian slang words, especially in Medellin and nearby areas, is “parce”, or “parcero/a”; a word whose meaning is roughly like “dude”, “bro” or “mate” in English (it’s not 100% equivalent though as “parce” can be used for both men and women).
What does gonorrhea mean in ColOMBIA?
Although in Spanish, gonorrea means gonorrhea, in the Colombian jargon, the word refers to something unpleasant. For an example, when someone says: Example: “¡Qué gonorrea de película!” “That movie sucks!”
What does paraco mean in ColOMBIA?
Colloquial. paraco [m/f] CO derog. paramilitary. 5. Colloquial.
What does bizcocho mean in ColOMBIA?
Hi, in Colombia we also call “bizcocho” to a good-looking person. It has two connotations: a sexual one, or a friendly one.
How do Colombians say you?
Colombian Spanish speakers tend to use usted almost always when directly speaking to a person. They use it to the point where it’s probably the only word you’ll hear for “you.” Very rarely will you hear Colombians talking to each other with tú, although it’s not entirely unheard of.
How do you say Mom in Colombia?
Mamá Mamá is a standard Spanish word that we use to say ‘mom’.