The Chinese way of saying "Thank You"
He licked my ta-ta then i replied with, "Che-Che"
by YoAdriaane November 22, 2004
Its a word used all over Argentina to call a person, similar to "hey". It has no meaning,it is slightly informal, you can use it at the beginning, in the middle, or in the end of any thing you say. Ernesto "Che" Guevara was a revolutionary leader who as any other Argentinian used the word "che". He was called "che" in foreign countries beacuse he used the word very often, its not that the word was created after him!
"che, estás ocupado?" "hey, are you busy?"
by sourbandic February 26, 2007
Che Guevara, Revolutionary leader of Cuba which overthrew the Bautista Regime in the late 50's
by CrazyBaldhead. July 11, 2003
How "yes" sounds when used with a Spanish accent.

Also see jes (second definition)
by stop it loser March 1, 2009
<1- a word commonly used by argentinean people>

<2- applied in conversations>

<3- also used to get someone's attention>
1- Si che!

2- No se que mierda le pasa al pibe ese che!

3- Che! deja de papar moscas, mierda!
by Miss Che December 15, 2003
OK, I'm Argentinian people, here's the real deal: Che is actually used mostly in Buenos Aires, the capitol. It's not true slang, it's just a word used in Argentina. Slang is more common in the inland regions, like Cordoba. Che means either "hey" or "buddy", or simply "hey, buddy."
by Jon July 14, 2005
A type of person who is funny and deecent, chill, sexy and cool.
Dude what a Ches
by ChesUknow April 13, 2011