Bard Santiago
In Mexico, people use a typical but informal expression to say 'Be careful'. This expression is very similar to 'Watch out' or ‘Beware’. It’s only one word ‘Aguas’. The literal translation in English is ‘Waters’. If you are in Mexico and you listen to someone to say you ‘Aguas’, it means you need to take careful for something. An example would be ‘Aguas con el coche/ Watch out for car’.
Mar 3, 2021 3:46 AM
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In Mexico, people use a typical but informal expression to say 'Be careful'. This expression is very similar to 'Watch out' or ‘Beware’. It’s only one word, ‘Aguas’. The literal translation in English is ‘Waters’. If you are in Mexico and you hear to someone to say you ‘Aguas’, it means you need to (look/watch) out for something. An example would be ‘Aguas con el coche/ Watch out for the car’.
Ive heard quite a few Mexicans talk about aguas and it’s origin! I think it’s a cool phrase!
March 3, 2021
In Mexico, people use a typical but informal expression to say 'Be careful'. This expression is very similar to 'Watch out' or ‘Beware’. It’s only one word ‘Aguas’. The literal translation in English is ‘Waters’. If you are in Mexico and you listen to someone to say you ‘Aguas’, it means you need to take careful for something. An example would be ‘Aguas con el coche/ Watch out for car’.
Wow, this is very interesting!
March 3, 2021
In Mexico, people use a typical but informal expression to say 'Be careful'. This expression is very similar to 'Watch out' or ‘Beware’. It’s only one word ‘Aguas’. The literal translation in English is ‘Waters’. If you are in Mexico and you listen to someone to say you ‘Aguas’, it means you need to take careful for something. An example would be ‘Aguas con el coche/ Watch out for car’.
Hahaha I have been in Mexico before and I find that expression very funny, just like the guuy shouting in the street outside stores or restaurants "pásele, pásele"
March 3, 2021
In Mexico, people use a typical but informal expression to say 'Be careful'. This expression is very similar to 'Watch out' or ‘Beware’. It’s the word ‘Aguas’. The literal translation in English is ‘Waters’. If you are in Mexico and you listen someone saying “Águas” to you, it means you need beware about something. An example would be ‘Aguas con el coche/ Watch out for car’.
March 3, 2021
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