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Old February 22, 2011, 07:29 AM
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¿Cuál es el adjectivo que describe una persona que siempre quiere meterse en las cosas de otros?
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Old February 22, 2011, 07:43 AM
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La palabra que conozco es entrometido.
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Most used: entrometido o cotilla
second place: fisgón ó metomentodo
thirds: hurón, husmeador, curioso, entremetido, indiscreto, metijón

Son todos parecidos y se pueden usar, para mi hay diferencia entre
- el que está siempre en medio,en todas las conversaciones o temas (entrometido, metomentodo, entremetido)
- que le gusta saber cosas de los demás (cotilla, fisgón, husmeador)
- el que pregunta sobre los demás pero sin guardar las formas (indiscreto)

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En México se le llama "metiche", pero "entrometido" o "metomentodo" se entienden bien.
Cuando le gusta saber las cosas de los demás o cuenta las intimidades de otros, se le llama "chismoso".
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@Pinosilano: ¿Dónde se usan esas palabras?
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El perejil (Petroselinum crispum) es una planta herbácea del género Petroselinum dentro de la familia Apiaceae. Se distribuye ampliamente por todo el mundo y generalmente se cultiva para ser usada como condimento. (WKPD)
Yo agrego que además de encontrarse en todas partes del mundo, se le encuentra en casi todas las comidas.
Por lo tanto es uno metido en todas partes. como alguien dijo por ahí:
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el que está siempre en medio,en todas las conversaciones o temas (entrometido, metomentodo, entremetido)
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