Urban American language. Not quite English, Not quite Spanish
Que pasa me homey? Mes Amigos and me are gonna kick the frijoles out of jou if jou don shutcho taco hole. Comprende?
by Albert February 14, 2003
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A mix of the two languages Spanish and English

Often used in the Latino community, or used by white kids trying too look cool and exotic.
Sometimes this will be the end result of a half-assed public school spanish education.

One small detail I noticed with Spanglish is that speakers use cognates a lot.
Look I can speak Spanglish,

Hola, mi amigo, do you want to go to the restaurante to get tacos and burritos?

I need to go pee mucho rapido.

I just finished Spanish 1, now im taking Spanish 2.Watch me pick up some Latina girls. "Hola, chicas you are looking very muy caliente."
by Folder456 May 7, 2019
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Too lazy to actually speak full Spanish but not wanting to speak full English.
Man: Can I get a McDouble no queso por favor thanks, wow I feel more Mexican already."

Server: Wow you speak mighty fluent Spanglish.
by randomboxinapenis09 January 19, 2016
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An incomprehensible and inane dialect formed by muddling a butchered version of the English language with some form of Spanish; usually the regional variant of Spanish spoken in Mexico.
Juan: Yo ese, my woman is muy fine like un burro, ¿comprende?
Tom: Stop speaking Spanglish and get off my lawn you fucking beaner!
by Not an Avocado July 1, 2020
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noun- a word or a phrase given to a mixed language between Spanish and English. Many Spanish people speak Spanglish when they are learning or talking in English.

also an adjective
examples, first in Spanglish then in plain English; me voy a kill you >>I'm going to kill you;
me gusta very much >> I like it a lot/very much;
very intelligente >> very intelligent.
by Chris Clough December 11, 2007
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Not to be confused with the mock language; this usage of spanglish refers to a type of movie in which the plot is extremely complex or seems to have no plot at all. It dates back to the original movie, 'Spanglish', which many people had to watch seven times to understand what it was about.
What the hell? That's the third time I have watched this movie and I still don't get it! It's so freakin' spanglish!
by Spade6sic6 April 24, 2010
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