etym: past participle of the spanish verb tener, 'to have'
Usage: Verb, slang. In proper spanish grammar, 'tenido' is meaningless on its own. Therefore, it is treated as an English word for syntax purposes.
1. 'Tenido en la cara!' ('Owned in the face!')
2. 'Tenido!' ('Owned!')
3. 'Spanish tenidos your face.'