"big box" said in the Spanish language (slang, diminutive/"cutesy" form). a large container typically constructed with four sides perpendicular to the base and often having a lid or cover.
My dog peed in the cajone cuz he had already crapped on the couch.
Spanish for "drawers" (as in, the kind in a dresser or desk). This word is often confused by non-Spanish speakers with cojones
(note the different vowel sound), which is Spanish slang for balls
, but they are in fact two very different words.
Venta de escritorio con dos cajones (Desk for sale, with two drawers).
Plural for "cajon", that's spanish for drawer, but also is an peruvian instrument that resembles a big wooden box, the player sits on it an then hit it in the frontal face to create diferent sounds depending on how and where he/she hits it.
The cajon is a good substitute for a drum set, when you are playing acoustic.
Someone who does something wild or crazy.
Someone who does something outside normal expectations.
Someone that is ballsy.
From the Spanish 'cajones'
Do you hear all the yelling, sounds like C.A. Jones is talking to the boss.
No one is going to try that stunt but C.A. Jones.
Spanish pronunciation: (kaˈ'xon 'is)
1.) NOUN: Slang for "testicles".
2.) NOUN: To "use" them, is to possess strength and bravery.
3.) NOUN (PLURAL): A spanish plywood box drum used by slapping the front face with the hands.
1.) No, I'm not a virgin
- I use my cajones
2.) Stick up for yourself.
2) The Afro-Peruvian band beat on their cajones as onlookers watched in amazement.
Although completely unrelated to cojones, it is the closest way to the best way of saying cojones, actually sounding it out is how you would say it. Ka-Jones
Yo, she's all up on his Ka-Jones (cajones)!