In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(cosa, asunto, estupidez)¿dónde compraste esa huevada? — where did you buy that shit? vulgar slang
- equivoqué la hora y perdí la cita ¡qué huevada más grande! — I got the time wrong and missed the meeting, how goddamn stupid can you get!
1.2(dicho)no digas huevadas, hombre — don't talk crap! slang vulgar slang
1.3(acto)déjate de huevadas y ponte a trabajar en serio — stop screwing around and get on with some work US vulgar slang
2Andesvulgar slang(objeto determinado)thingamajig informalwhat-d'you-call-it British informalwhat's-its-name British informal
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