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Spanish Slang Dictionary





This dictionary is a comprehensive and in-depth look at all the slang, vulgarisms, curses, and insults, plus idioms, expressions, and a lot more, available in Spanish. If you enjoy Latin American films, television, or whatever, you'll find many of the words and phrases used in here. As always with slang, be careful using what you hear; it may not work quite the way you expect.

A B C D E F G H I J L M N O P Q R S T U V Y Z


fachero
n.m. handsome man; stud. (old)

facu
n.f. faculty; department (in a university). (student slang)

feca
n.m. coffee. (reversed form)

felices sueños
idiom. sweet dreams. (lit.: happy dreams)

fiaca
n.f. laziness; apathy. (used in Argentina)

fichar
v. scan a group for an attractive person; eye. (used in Argentina)

fideo/a
n.m/f. skinny person; string bean; bean pole. (used to describe an extremely skinny person, usually also tall)

filo
n.f. girlfriend. (used in Chine)

final
n.m. final exam that covers everything taught in a class or course (usually oral). (used in Argentina)

finde
n.m. weekend. (from fin de semana)

flechado
adv. in a flash; suddenly

florecer como rosa en mayo
idiom. blossom; flourish; bloom

foca
n.f. cow; whale; fat woman. (lit.: seal)

follar
v. fuck. (n.b.: used in Spain)

forrado
adj. rich; loaded; rolling in it. (used in some Spanish-speaking countries)

forrarse
v. get rich. (used in Spain)

franchute
n.m./f. French person. (back slang; used in Argentina; generally insulting)

fresca
n.f. cheek; obnoxious behavior. (used in Chine)

fresco
n.m./f. smart-aleck

friolero
n.m./f. cold-blodded; someone who feels cold easily

fuera de control
idiom. out of control. 1. Nuestra casa está fuera de control.

fuera de modo
idiom. out of style; out of fashion

fulano
n.m./f. so-and-so; somebody or other

fulano de tal
idiom. somebody or other

fulano, zutano y mengano
idiom. Tom, Dick, and Harry; everybody


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