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Cabreado

I know that in Spain this means rabioso. i have never heard the word used by Latin Americans. Is the term cabreado understood in the Ameicas?
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Old April 05, 2024, 04:52 PM
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No, we don't use that word here.
In Mexico we use "encabronado", and it's a bad word, so be careful if you use it.
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No, we don't use that word here.
In Mexico we use "encabronado", and it's a bad word, so be careful if you use it.
En Chile usabo la palabra cabreado cuando estaba aburrido o algo me aburría, por ejemplo un discurso demasiado largo, una película sin tono, los sermones del cura, una novela y cosas así.
"Choreado", cuando estaba enojado.
Mi padre, cuando se enojaba con nosotros, gritaba: "¡Me sacaron los choros de la canasta!".
Todo en un ambiente puramente informal.
Los "choros" son pequeños moluscos marinos.
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Old April 15, 2024, 12:17 AM
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Mi única relación con el español chileno es a través de 31 Minutos, y creo que nunca han usado esas expresiones. Para algo aburrido dicen "fome".
Pero ahora ya tengo otras dos expresiones chilenas en mi haber.
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