The Red-Hot Book of Spanish Slang : 5,000 Expressions to Spice Up Your Spainsh: 5,000 Expressions to Spice Up Your Spainsh
McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 27, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 356 pages
Don't sound like una momia--add a little sizzle to your Spanish!
If someone called you tragaldabas would you be insulted or flattered? If you shouted ¡Mota! in the street, would you expected to get a cab or get arrested? Thanks to The Red-Hot Book of Spanish Slang and Idioms, you'll always know your tejemaneje (scheme) from your merequetengue (mess) no matter where you find yourself in the Spanish-speaking world. Five thousand words and phrases--plus helpful hints as to what's cordial and what's vulgar--keep you in sync with Spanish slang.
Spanish to English
niños popis (upper-class kids) Spoiled brats
English to SpanishUgly as sin ser un espantapájaro (to be a scarecrow)
To be lucky tener leche (to have milk)
Why are you staring at me? ¿Tengo monos en la cara? (Do I have monkeys on my face?)
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Review: The Red-Hot Book of Spanish Slang and Idioms: 5,000 Expressions to Spice Up Your SpanishUser Review - Anna - Goodreads
Very useful. I reference it a lot. Can't always find what I need, but it is very extensive and I've learned a lot. Read full review
Review: The Red-Hot Book of Spanish Slang and Idioms: 5,000 Expressions to Spice Up Your SpanishUser Review - Jennie - Goodreads
It's not dirty slang. I don't know why the title is Red Hot. Read full review