In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1amigo masculinecompinche masculine informalcuate masculine Mexico informalhermano informalmacho Spain informalgüey Mexico informalgallo Chile informalthey're good buddies — son muy cuates Mexico informal
- I've got some harsh words for you, buddy, so have a seat.
- I say ditch her and jump the next plane back here to Paris, buddy.
- Then he stood at attention and saluted in the direction of his fallen buddy, a friend he would never see again.
- You need these people to be your friends - your childless buddies will drop you like hot coals when the baby is born.
- The terse answer from a ticket agent: ‘If we find something, you're not going anywhere, buddy.’
- That ain't even the name of the bar anymore, buddy.
- But when you're done, you're coming right back here, buddy!
- Meanwhile, I will be having a final farewell party this Friday with all my buddies, climbing friends, old coworkers, old classmates and random strangers.
- Often he will give Jon a parting look that says, ‘You're on your own, buddy.’
- It's the most advanced and stylish way to interact with family, friends or online buddies.
- He yells, ‘Excuse me, buddy, but do you know what we're supposed to do about this thing?’
- Do us all a favor, buddy, and just give back the painting.
- Clearly all of those people wearing red or white in the crowd are here to cheer for you, buddy.
- In ‘Reunion,’ six high school friends investigate a buddy's death.
- He frustrates me but we are best friends, blood buddies.
- Sean is broke, so his best buddy and roommate Dee Loc suggests he gets a job at the local car wash.
- Growing up in the 1920s, his closest buddy was Fats Domino before his family relocated to Portland, Oregon, where Lee took up featherweight boxing.
- C'mon George, show some muscle when it counts, buddy.
- I have no friends, I have no family, I have no pals, no buddies, no chums, no amigos, nothing.
- Well, I just wanna tell you, buddy, you're not alone.
- Since they're best friends, his buddy would know where he was and who he was with.
- He was and will always be my best friend; my closest buddy.
- Now, Darce, buddy, how about you run along and get William here a soda, he looks quite parched.
- It follows four buddies, Asian-American high school students in Southern California who get caught up in a tumultuous rush of drugs, crime, and violence.
- ‘Don't worry, buddy, it's just me,’ I sigh, wondering what went through his head today.
- Sky High nudges your funny bone and then stands back with a hearty grin and says, ‘No offence, buddy.’
- Where did you get your journalism degree, buddy?
- I lost the light of my life, my buddy, my best friend.
- I can always tell how I'm doing by the number of sentences that start with, ‘Now, listen, buddy.’
- It's a relationship that's grown - Joe and I are firm friends now, best buddies.
- Well, I hope the stakes weren't too high, Joe, because you lost, buddy.
- As an aside, before Christmas I ran into a buddy from high school.
- Well guess who are friends, buddies and dealmakers together?
- Still, he is the innocuous core that links a huge cast of eccentric characters, foremost his war buddy and closest friend Samad Iqbal.
- Sure I have friends, but not real friends, not the kind of close buddies that you share everything with.
- Everyone should be blessed with a friend like my buddy Pete Haggins.
- ‘You've taken my luck, buddy,’ he humphs, as he collects his remaining chips and leaves.
- Aficionados of comic book blockbusters will be shouting in unison, ‘Get green, buddy!’
- I thank you for your suggestion, but back off, buddy.
- I don't know if they'll ever be close buddies, but they definitely get on better these days.
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