In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person)hijo de puta masculinohijo de la chingada masculino México vulgar slanghow are you, you old son of a bitch? — ¿qué tal, cabrón? argot
2(object)condenado masculino coloquialcondenada femenino coloquialI can't get the son of a bitch to start! — ¡el condenado no quiere arrancar! coloquial
3son of a bitch! who's taken my wallet? — ¡carajo! ¿quién me robó la cartera? vulgar slang
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