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Old October 29, 2009, 02:36 AM
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Lightbulb Chuparse el dedo vs chuparse los dedos

1. chuparse el dedo- Yo no me chupo el dedo no me vengas con cuentos. Significa, no me lo trago, I don´t buy it.
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2. CHuparse los dedos is used when something we eat or cook is really delicious.
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1. To suck your thumb - pero en este contexto se diría más "I wasn't born yesterday".
2. Lo más parecido sería "finger-licking good" pero no es para uso general sino publicidad de Kentucky Fried Chicken. Wonderful, delicious, really good.
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