Definition of Spanglish
noun - uncountable
- a language which is a dialectical synthesis of the English and Spanish languages. Primarily spoken in the southwestern United States, and in the gulf and border states between the USA and Mexico. The application of this dialect is flexible and situational, as a "Spanglish" word or phrase does not exist or cannot be said completely in one language or the other.
- See more words with the same meaning: language (related to).
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|Definitions include: to kiss with an open mouth, usually placing one's tongue in the other person's mouth.|
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|Definitions include: to be naked.|
|Definitions include: to strongly defeat during a competitive activity. Etymology: someone that was "schooled" has been "taken to school."|
|Definitions include: a short person.|
|Definitions include: on one's own. Origin: Rhyming slang - Jack Jones.|
|Definitions include: It originates from the word hoe. It's a whore or slut.|
|Definitions include: menstrual period and associated symptoms.|
|Definitions include: to smile very wide.|
|Definitions include: a male stud who easily conquests women.|
|Definitions include: weird, suspect|
|Definitions include: a service offered by some prostitutes, in which they attempt to replicate the experience of being with a girlfriend.|
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