A Dominican word used for any SUV -- not just Jeep branded SUVs.
! Look at that nice jeepeta!"
Translation: "Damn! Look at that nice SUV!"
Shortened version of "para que sepas", which means "so that you know" in English. May also be heard as "pa que sepa" in places like the Dominican Republic where "s" isn't really pronounced.
Loose English slang translations could include "for your information" or "you know it!"
Example: I rep Puerto Rico all day, pa' que sepas!
I rep Puerto Rico all day, so that you know (/for your information/you know it)!
Spanish for damn (used as an adjective. Not to just say "damn"). Can also be maldita for feminine nouns.
Ese maldito perro no deja de ladrar.
That damn dog won't stop barking.
Si crees eso, eres un maldito idiota.
If you believe that, you're a damn fool.
In Dominican spanish, hookero means someone who deals with hookahs:
- someone who works at a hookah establishment and sets up the hookahs
- someone who smokes a lot of hookah and owns their own hookah
I bought my own hookah--I'm a real hookero now!
Used to further express frustration or add more dramaticism to a statement.
Can often be paired with "man".
Clearest translation is a figurative "look".
"Bro, she really did all that?"
"Man, say...all that and more."
Translation: "Man, look...all that and more."
"When you gone come get all yo shit?"
"Say...I'll get it when I'm ready."
Translation: "Look...I'll get it when I'm ready."