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Old July 23, 2022, 06:06 PM
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The word "Idio" is short slang for "idiota"?

Do most hispanics use "idio" to mean "idiota"?
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Nobody uses "idio" for "idiota" (or for anything else), as far as I know.
In what context did you find it?
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