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"To have a nice ass"

How do you say “to have a nice ass” in Spanish?

P.S. I hope that this doesn’t upset anyone. I'm merely trying to further my education and improve my Spanish skills.
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Old November 21, 2009, 02:23 PM
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Tener un burro amable. Although, frankly, the most important attributes of an ass are how much it can carry and its temperament.





Or you might be looking for "tener un buen culo".
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En México: "Tener buenas pompas".
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Tener un burro amable. Although, frankly, the most important attributes of an ass are how much it can carry and its temperament.

Or you might be looking for "tener un buen culo".


Although I do not concur with you, regarding the most important attribute...
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How do you say “to have a nice ass” in Spanish?

P.S. I hope that this doesn’t upset anyone. I'm merely trying to further my education and improve my Spanish skills.
It literally has a lot of meanings and several way to say it with the same meaning.

Here I will list some way about it.

Tener unas buenas nalgas.

Tener unas buenas nachas.

Tener unos hermosos gluteos.

Tener un buen
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Tener un buen trasero.

Tener unas hermosa pompas.


In sentence number four I hope it doesn't upset to anyone, it was written merely to way educational.
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QUE CULO!
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lindo queque

lindo pavo.

(por lo menos en mi tiempo)
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lindo queque

lindo pavo.

(por lo menos en mi tiempo)
Pavo? Doesn't that also mean turkey?

A propósito, en holandés decimos 'een lekker kontje'. (lekker = sabroso/sabrosa, bueno/buena)
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Pavo? Doesn't that also mean turkey?

A propósito, en holandés decimos 'een lekker kontje'. (lekker = sabroso/sabrosa, bueno/buena)
kontje = pavo?
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kontje = pavo?
hehe sí kontje = (pequeño) culo
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