In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1argot(estupendo)(película/tío/fiesta) great coloquial(película/tío/fiesta) amazing coloquial(fiesta/tío/película) awesome EEUU argot(tío/película/fiesta) brilliant Britanico coloquiales una tía cojonuda — she's an incredible / amazing woman coloquial
2.1River Plate, Colombia informal (valiente)gutsy coloquialfeisty coloquial
2.2River Plate informal (tonto)densedumb EEUU coloquialthick Britanico coloquial
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