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Spanish Word of the Day: Merluzo

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Merluzo

Léxico relacionado con los insultos III

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 6/18/2006
Word: Merluzo
(mer-LU-zo), adjetivo.
English:
Etymology: De origen incierto.
Meaning: Hombre bobo, tonto.
Topic:Léxico relacionado con los insultos III
Example:

PACO: ¡Viva la madre que la parió!
FELIPE: ¡Manfred, toma una copa con nosotros!
ESTEBAN: ¡Ven acá, mamón! ¡Hoy te vas a inflar, so merluzo!
Beben todos entre gritos y vivas.
En un lugar de Alemania, Patricio Chamizo.

Pronunciation: