Spanish Words that Have No English Translation
Spanish is a beautiful language, but sadly there aren’t translations for these words to do them justice…
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It’s when you wake up from a nap and you’re cranky because you didn’t have enough sleep. This word needs to be in every language.
You went out the night before and you’re too tired to function. Not the same as hungover.
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It’s the only way to describe this one.
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There are so many meanings for this word, English needs a word as diverse as this. Neta, no?
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Not that kind of fart, but what’s up? What’s your problem? But it sounds so much more hood.
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It’s so much worse when you say stank in Spanish. No one wants to be called this.
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The word chubby is the closest translation, but still doesn’t cut it. Plus, say it out loud and see how cute it sounds.
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When you got a beating. It’s literally the only word that sounds cool when you describe the whaming you got.
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Someone who is sooooo this ?.
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Mom told you not to get involved in mitotes and it always sounded so aggressive when she said it.