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Preguntas re: Palabras en Espanol de Argentina

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Rose:
Hola, me llamo Rose. Soy norteamericana. Deseo saber como se dice en ingles, unas palabras de un cancion de Argentina. Mi Espanol/Ingles diccionario, ni Babelfish tampoco, no tienen unas de las palabras.

Es posible que hay persona aqui que me diria como se dice estos palabras en ingles? Muchas gracias. Si ustedes pueden me contestar en ingles seria mas facil para mi pero yo seria contenta si me contestan en espanol tambien.

Las palabras:
1. Garabo
2. Fulo
3. Pilchas domingueras
4. Tango papa
5. Paica
6. Pebeta
7. Mistonguera

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Bob:
[nq:1]Hola, me llamo Rose. Soy norteamericana. Deseo saber como se dice en ingles, unas palabras de un cancion de ... pueden me contestar en ingles seria mas facil para mi pero yo seria contenta si me contestan en espanol tambien.[/nq]
Hi Rose,
These words are part of a low class street-people jargon called Lunfardo. We have a resident lunfardo expert in the newsgroup, but he hasn't worked in years and is still sleeping.
I'll give it a try. Corrections are welcomed.
[nq:1]Las palabras: 1. Garabo[/nq]
Man
[nq:1]2. Fulo[/nq]
Angry
(by disappointment or frustration)
[nq:1]3. Pilchas domingueras[/nq]
Literally Sunday clothing
(usually the best apparel owned)
[nq:1]4. Tango papa[/nq]
(papá)
One of the best tangos
[nq:1]5. Paica[/nq]
Woman
[nq:1]6. Pebeta[/nq]
Damsel, young lady
[nq:1]7. Mistonguera[/nq]
Poor woman, humble (boytoy)
[nq:1]"How do they know the dog food is any good? Who tastes it?"Michel does on weekends.[/nq]
Regards,
Bob
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Rose:
OK, thanks.
[nq:2]2. Fulo[/nq]
[nq:1]Angry (by disappointment or frustration)[/nq]
Hmm, so a tango fulo is an angry tango? Emotion: smile
[nq:2]3. Pilchas domingueras[/nq]
[nq:1]Literally Sunday clothing (usually the best apparel owned)[/nq]
Woo hoo! That was my guess from the context!
[nq:2]4. Tango papa[/nq]
[nq:1](papá) One of the best tangos[/nq]
OK, I thought it meant "old tango" so thanks for correcting that!

Great, that fits the context too!
[nq:2]7. Mistonguera[/nq]
[nq:1]Poor woman, humble (boytoy)[/nq]
OK, that I totally didn't get, thanks!
[nq:2]"How do they know the dog food is any good? Who tastes it?"[/nq]
[nq:1]Michel does on weekends. Regards, Bob[/nq]
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Viejo Vizcacha:
Rose,
veo que tu castellano es muy bueno, por lo que creo que quizás es mejor que te refiera a un sitio de internet dedicado al lunfardo (que es el "slang" usado por los porteños).
http://www.elportaldeltango.com.ar/dicciona.htm
Suerte,
VV
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