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: a sexual practice where a person performs fellatio on a male until the male ejaculates, then spits the semen into the male's mouth.|
|Definitions include: "vegetable".|
|Definitions include: used to describe a person that is angry and is scolding at someone.|
|Definitions include: the act of car prowling that usually doesn't involve actually taking the vehicle itself, but its contents|
|Definitions include: sever beat down on someone.|
|Definitions include: A political ideology marked by the refusal of its adherents to admit that a policy (or set of policies) has any resemblance to Socialism.|
|Definitions include: term from harry potter. a sport riding on flying brooms.|
|Definitions include: something.|
|Definitions include: different from for shizzle in that it shows a sign of approval between two friends|
|Definitions include: with very little time remaining.|
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