What is the Spanish slang for money?

What is the Spanish slang for money?

If you want to say the word for “money” in Spanish, you would generally say “dinero” or “el dinero.” However, a fairly common slang term for money is “plata.” And you can easily find a few dozen other terms across the Spanish-speaking world.

What does Hostia mean slang?

¡Hostia! ‘Hostia’ literally means ‘host’ | ©lininha_bs/Pixabay. Spain loves its religious slang words, and this one literally means ‘the host’. It is used as an exclamation of surprise or dismay and means something like ‘bloody hell’ in English.

What does TÍO mean in Spanish slang?

Tío/Tía. How do you say it? “ Tio/Tia” What does it mean and how is it used? While these literally mean “uncle,” and “aunt,” they’re also used informally to generally refer to another person.

What is the meaning of Venga?

Yes, “venga” means “come on” and is obviously your señora´s pet word! Some exmaples: “¡ Venga! que nos cierran las tiendas” (Come on!

What is Biyuyo?

biyuyo [m] PA. white manjack.

How do I use Ostia?

Depends on the context, but it’s usually slang: “¡Ostia!” – Just to express shock or anger (like the F word). “Ser la ostia” – Used to express that you like something or someone a lot.

How do you say TÍO?

  1. tee. oh.
  2. ti. o.
  3. tí o.

What is the difference between Venga and Vamos?

You can say “venga” as “come on! – I’m waiting *for him/her to come. * – Mañana vamos a ir al cine. The difference is that vámonos is the command form with a pronoun attached.

Is Vengo a word?

1. A writ issued by a judge to a sheriff directing the summons of prospective jurors.

What do Spanish people say when they dont have money?

In Guatemala, “wirito” or “gúirito”. Duro – It means money in Spain. For example, “No tengo un duro” is “I don’t have money”. In Argentina they would say “centavo”. In Cuba, “chavos”. Fiaca – This is the word Argentinians use to say that they feel lazy or they don’t really wan’t to do something.

What’s the slang word for friend in Spain?

Slang meaning: Friend, pal. One of the first Spanish words I ever learned was probably amigo (friend). While you can certainly use amigo in Spain, you’ll find that the younger Spaniards commonly use colega when they’re referring to a friend.

What does it mean to be an uncle in Spanish?

Literal meaning:Uncle (Aunt) Slang meaning: Friend, guy, pal One of my young Spanish friends was always talking about this tío (uncle) and that tía(aunt) and I was convinced he had a huge family. WRONG! Here tío and tía can also be used to refer to a friend or even a stranger.

Is it hard to learn slang in Spain?

Learning Spanish slang words can be a fun challenge. Slang is sometimes difficult to pick up because the phrases don’t always make sense when you first hear them. The first time you hear “¡Hostia!” in Spain, you may think…