Pacerco/Parcera is what you call a friend (acquaintance). Like saying, “bro”, or “homie”.

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Examples:

“Parcero diga como esta la rumba?”“My friend tell me how the party is going?”

“Quibo Parce?”“What’s up homie?”

In Gritty Spanish original and Parte II, you’ll hear a many of the Colombian characters use Parce/Parcero.

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7.  Dar Papaya

Literal Translation:

To give a piece papaya fruit.

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Actual Meaning:

Don’t expose yourself to danger.

Examples:

“Juan, te estoy diciendo parce, no ds papaya en la calle, por favor esconde tu cadena.”“Juan, I am telling you bro, don’t be vulnerable in the street, please hide your chain.”

We covered “Dar papaya” a little bit more in this blog post where you can learn even more Colombian street slang words and phrases!

8.  Chucha

Actual Meaning:

Smelly body odor (to be really vulgar, if you call someone chucha, you are calling them a c*nt)

Examples:

“Parce su merced trae tremenda chucha.”“Bro you smell really bad.”

9.  Cacorro / Cacorra

Literal Translation:

Actual Meaning:

(O) Male – Faggot (A) Female – Lesbian

Examples:

“Maria nos conto que Juan es tremendo cacorro.”“Maria told us Juan is a big faggot.”

“Maria es una cacorra.”“Maria is a lesbian.”

10. Guayabo

Literal Translation:

Part of a tropical fruit

Actual Meaning:

Hung over

Examples:

“Tengo un guayabo terrible, tomé mucha cerveza anoche.”“I have a hell of a hangover, I drank too much beer last night.”

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