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Aviel Amar
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¡Algunas frases en español! ¡Hola a todos! Me encataría que alguien pudiera ayudarme y traducír estas frases a inglés, o por lo menos las explicarme en español. Estas frases son de dos programas: El primero programa se llama "Commando actualidad", y el otro es "Los misterios de Laura" 1. Es una rayada mia 2. No creo que dándome chorarrazos se me aclaren de ideas (what is "dándome chorarrazos"?) 3. Has visto el tipito que tiene? (she says that while she looks on a picture of a man and a woman kissing) 4. Os quereis callar de una vez? Que no hay quien pegue ojo (what is "pague ojo"?) 5. Como si supieran que estamos aquí de gorra (What's "de gorra" ?) ¡Muchas gracias! Aviel
Feb 17, 2014 9:36 PM
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1. Es una rayada mia- Is a coloquial phrase when you want to say...something you have in your head. Cuando estas pensando en algo en concreto y lo tienes en tu cabeza... 2. no tiene traduccion. When you say ...knocking in your head 3. tipito= delgada coloquial word 4.pegue ojo= dormir 5. de gorra= gratis, sin pagar nada.
February 17, 2014
¡Muchas gracias Vito! ¡Me has ayudado mucho!
February 19, 2014
2: Translated literaly: - "I don't hope that if I hit myself with my (penis) i would think clear." Vulgar expression in spanish that only use if you want to make a laugh or you are with your closer friends 3: did you see how he/she is so handsome?... or He/She have a good body 4: Pegar ojo = Close your eyes to get sleepy 5: Estar de gorra = be on the guest list and have every expense paid...It is an expression to somebody that he/she no wanna to invite for others ones, or he/she no wanna pay nothing and try to be paid by others ones. "gorra" is a hat ... Derived from the request of the charity by homeless people. Because They offer his hat to the people to get in money. So: "ir de gorra" meant ... appeal to charity by somebody.
February 19, 2014
Aviel Amar
Language Skills
Arabic, Arabic (Levantine), English, French, Hebrew, Spanish
Learning Language
Arabic (Levantine), French, Spanish