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Log in or Sign up. Dictionary and thread title search: Previous Thread Next Thread. What does wey and pinche mean in english? I have heard these words used alot by mexicans. Are pos words impolite? DinoAug 15, Wey is the sound of “buey” the “bullock” and is in reference to a slow-thinking person, not alert. It is said as “wey” because it is easier to pronounce and as a sort of slang. Pinche actually is a kitchen assistant but it is tirnos as “vile”.
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Actually both words can be used either to show familiarity and friendship or insult depending picnhes the context and how close is one to the speaker of such words. Textually, though, they are insultative words unles you can infer otherwise. GTGAug 15, If they are i would like to know.
Please help me if someone can. Thanks GTG So you are saying most of the time when the words are used they are impolite? You probably wouldnt hear a christian say them would you?
ipnches Impolite and offensive to many people. Even you could start a fight with that. GTGAug 18, Hay varios pinchhes donde ya hablamos de estas temas: I think it can be an impolite word sometime but pinche is just something we use to keep us from saying puto a fuckin.
Non natives, on the other hand, have a high risk of being at best, too familiar and at worst causing offence.
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Buey dude is mostly used by the younger generation ; older guys would be would be likely tirannos use “cabron” man! Thank you Zyntia and scotu, that has been very helpful.
DinoMay 15, I’m a bit confused by scotu’s post, too, probably because of the pronunciation issue. With friends, it can be more playful and the friends don’t consider it vulgar; but with non-friends, the word becomes very offensive.
English has some of these, but not as many as Spanish does. Depends on the context on which they’re telling you these words. Its original meaning is the person who helps the chef at the kitchen, but it was transformed into ” somebody or something worthless “. Don’t use any of these two words in a formal conversation, except, of course, you are ACTUALLY referring to the kitchen aide pinche or the the ox buey.
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