In Chile it can have this meaning when used as a noun ( cacha, pegarse una cachita ; "to have a little sex but it's mainly used for "to understand".
Cuando llegó la pasma, nos abrimos cagando hostias, "when the cops arrived, we shot out inmediatly".
The word is quite flexibly used in Puerto Rico, and it can even have completely opposite meanings depending on the context.
Soy chingón could mean in English "I rule" or "I'm the man" No chingues!Madrear - to beat, or hasta la madre - full can be profane in Mexican Spanish, where it gives the biggest offense due to the cultural tendency in that country to mother-ruled homes.Example: Se me paró el pipí My dick has become erect.Other terms Cuca (sometimes cucaracha ) is the equivalent of "cunt" in Venezuela and Colombia.In Guatemala, Honduras, Panama and El Salvador, goma means "hangover".
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No seas gilipollas Dont be an asshole Literally means: Ass Usage: Has visto su culo?
A derivative of maricón is mariquita which literally is "little faggot".
Mierda Mierda is a term which signifies excrement; the connotations are approximately the same as those of " shit ".
A common Basque catchphrase is los de Bilbao nacemos donde nos sale de los cojones we Bilbao natives are born wherever the fuck we want.Puta, puto Puta literally means whore, and can be extended to any woman who is seen as being sexually loose.Another source of neologisms in the field of profanity is the elaboration of intricate rebuttals (often rhymed ones) that are uttered consensually by several speakers.Sometimes, to denote obnoxious or overbearing behavior from someone else, idiom tocar babasonicos risa acordes los cojones/huevos/pelotas/.In Chile, the preferred form to use is huevón and ahuevonado.
The word was adopted during the colonial era when Spanish and Portuguese merchants sailed to this northern tip of Indonesia for spices.
The use of puta as "bitch" has led to its use as slang for the word "bitch" in the United States by people of immigrant backgrounds.
Hundir, literally means to sink, but in Puerto Rico is occasionally used as meter, a slang for male to female intercourse.