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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


vaca
n.f. fat person. (lit.: cow)

vaca
n.f. cow; fat woman. (lit.: cow)

vacas
n.f.pl. vacations. (abbreviated form)

valer la pena
idiom. be worth; be worthwhile. (lit.: to be worth the pain)

venga
int. good idea; okay. (used in Spain)

venir
v. come; have an orgasm. (lit.: to come; used in the same way as in English)

venir a golpe de alpargata
idiom. walk; hoof it; go on foot. (lit.: go by slapping sandals)

venir como agua de mayo
idiom. come at just the right time; be just what you need. (lit.: come like water in May)

venir como anillo al dedo
idiom. be a godsend; come at just the right time. (lit.: come like a ring to the finger)

verga
n.f. penis; dick. (n.b.: very vulgar and offensive)

vergajo
n.m. prick; dick; cock; wanker. (n.b.: very vulgar and offensive)

vergajo
n.m. rat; swine. (used in the Andes)

vinolento
adj. boozy; fond of drink; fond of the bottle

vivir del paro
idiom. live off of unemployment. (used in Spain)

vivir en la luna
idiom. be on cloud nine; be out to lunch. (lit.: to be on the moon)

volverse loco
idiom. go insane; go mad


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