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Old September 25, 2009, 07:21 AM
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Pasar por el forro

What does pasar por el forro mean?
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What does pasar por el forro mean?
En chile (y en Argentina creo) es "pasar(las) como el forro" = pasarlo mal.

Going thru bad times.

Also "ser como el forro"
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en España, significa pasar como de comer m*****, salio ya.
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entonces cuando alguien trata de hacer algo sin éxito, pasa por el forro.
Fracasó.
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En España pasar por el forro significa que lo que te suceda, o pase, te da igual, te lo pasas por el forro, no te interesa. Recalco en España.
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entonces cuando alguien trata de hacer algo sin éxito, pasa por el forro.
Fracasó.
Nosotros decimos que nos fue como el forro. Por lo menos en chile, no estoy tan seguro si en argentina es igual.
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