Speak Like a True Spaniard: 14 Spanish Slang Phrases You'd Be Crazy Not to Know (2022)

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Spanish in Latin America and Spanish in Spain are about as different as lemons and limes.

They look similar and taste similar, but Latin American Spanish and Castilian Spanish each have their own quirks.

One way you can distinguish between the two is their slang.

Thisguide will show you some awesome slang phrases that are unique to Spain.

Contents

  • How Does Spanish Slang Help You?
  • Speak Like a True Spaniard: 14 Spanish Slang Phrases You’d Be Crazy Not to Know
    • 1. Es la caña
    • 2. Qué chulo
    • 3. Ir a su bola
    • 4. Me cae gordo
    • 5. Me importa un pimiento
    • 6. Ser un chaval
    • 7. Ser la leche
    • 8. Mala pata
    • 9. Ser mono
    • 10. Ser un(a) pijo/a
    • 11. Ir a tapear
    • 12. Qué fuerte
    • 13. Ser una babosa
    • 14. Ser un depre

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How Does Spanish Slang Help You?

When I started learning Spanish, I spent a lot of time making sure that I said and wrote everything correctly. I wanted my Spanish to be perfect. Slang was really hard for me, because learning slang requires you to doexactly the opposite.

In any language, slang phrases are casual and not grammatically correct. That’s the whole point.

So how can learning “improper” or “incorrect” phrases help you improve your Spanish?

  • You’ll sound like a native! That’s huge. No native in any language speaks perfectly. Just take a look at English: How many people do you know that say “ain’t?” I know my fair share.
  • It’s impressive to know the slang words. It proves to your friends and other Spanish speakers that you know your stuff. You know when to drop the right words and when to slip in the slang without making it sound awkward.
  • Your understanding of Spanish will improve. Once you master some slang phrases, you’ll learn how to manipulate the language to create those veryphrases.

Let’s go for it! Here are fourteenslang phrases just for you.

Speak Like a True Spaniard: 14 Spanish Slang Phrases You’d Be Crazy Not to Know

1. Es la caña

Literally this means, “it is the cane.” Well, that doesn’t make much sense at all. If someone isla caña, it means that they’re awesome. This is a huge compliment to anyone. You want to bela caña.

However, something (not just someone) can bela caña. You can say that anything isla caña.

Some examples:

Me encanta este libro, es la caña.(I love this book, it’s awesome.)

Es la caña cuando no tengo que esperar.(It’s the best when I don’t have to wait.)

2. Qué chulo

Something is chulo if it’s cool, hip, groovy or rad! Unlike es la caña, this one is typically used to describe items.

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Some examples:

Ese tipo tiene un coche tan chulo. (That guy has such a cool car.)

Sería tan chulo ir a España.(It would be so cool to go to Spain.)

Be aware that if you use this word to describe a person, it doesn’t have the same meaning.If a person is chulo, that means they’re cocky.

3. Ir a su bola

If someone decides toir a su propia bola it means that they’re going to do their own thing. In Spanish, there’s a slight negative connotation associated with this phrase, as ifthe person is going against logic or not being considerate ofothers in their decision to do their own thing. Think of this phrase as the child of the phrases “do your own thing” and “blow someone off.”

Some examples:

Ella no viene a nuestras fiestas, ella vaa su bola.(She doesn’t come to our parties, she doesher own thing.)

No quiero ir a comer, voy a mi bola.(I don’t want to go out to eat, I’m going to do my own thing.)

4. Me cae gordo

If you’ve started learning Spanish you may realize thatgordomeans “fat.” Butthis Spanish phrase isn’t for calling someone fat!Me cae gordomeansthat you don’t like someone or they rub you the wrong way. You usually use this phrase when it’s a first impression or a gut feeling.

Some examples:

Tu hermano me cae gordo.(Your brother rubs me the wrong way.)

Mi nuevo jefe me cae gordo.(My new boss bothers me.)

5. Me importa un pimiento

Apimiento in English is a “pepper.” Translated literally,this phrase means, “It is as important as a pepper.” While we don’t have a phrase quite like this in English, you can probably gather its meaning: that you don’t really care, or it isn’t worth your time or effort.

Use this phrase when you’retalking about an event or a specific item.

Some examples:

La boda me importa un pimiento.(I could care less about the wedding.)

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Me importa un pimiento la nieve.(I don’t care about the snow.)

6. Ser un chaval

Do you ever look at someone and think to yourself, “Man, he is just a kid”? If you have, then you already know what this phrase means! Ser un chavalmeans that someone is a kid.

This isn’t literal; it isn’t something you would say about a child. Achaval is a person who is naive or green, and can also be a person who doesn’t have a lot of experience. So you might heara 50-year-old man using this term fora 20-year-old guy.

This phrase isalso used in the same way we use “dude” in English. Don’t be surprised if you hear the teenagers on the streets of Madrid calling each otherchaval orchavala(for females).

Some examples:

Claro que no entiende, es un chaval.(Of course he doesn’t understand, he’s just a kid.)

Oye, chaval, ¿a dónde vas?(Hey dude, where are you going?)

7. Ser la leche

Ser la leche can mean both being really amazingor being awful. It may seem bizarre that the exact same phrase can mean exactly two oppositethings, but we do the same in English.Think of theslang word “sick,” which caneither mean disgusting (negative) or really cool (positive).

Really,leche is used for all sorts of things.Mala leche(bad milk) can be said when someone has bad luck as well as a bad mood. You can even use ¡Leche!as an exclamation when you’re angryor surprised.

Some examples:

Acaba de graduarse y se cree la leche.(He just graduated and thinks he is all that.)

Tu hermano es muy gracioso, esla leche.(Your brother is very funny, he’s the best.)

Tu hermano siempre contesta mal,es la leche. (Your brother always answers badly, he’s awful.)

8. Mala pata

Sometimes people carry around a rabbit’s foot for good luck. Amala pata literally translated means “bad paw.” So if you have a bad paw, you’re carrying around bad luck instead of good luck like a rabbit’s foot. So thenext time you grab a rabbit’s foot, make sureyou don’t grab amala pata!

Some examples:

Son las cinco y acaba de entrar un cliente, qué mala pata.(It’s five o’clock and a customer just walked in, what bad luck.)

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Tengo mala pata, siempre tengo que esperar en los semáforos.(I have bad luck, I’m always waiting atstoplights.)

9. Ser mono

Now I made the silly mistake of trying to use this Castilian slang phrase while I was living in Argentina. I’ll tell you, I got some very strange looks. Mono in Spanish is “monkey,” but the wholephrase in Spainmeans “cute” or “adorable.”

It isn’t uncommon to call a childmonoormona. In Spain that’s okay, because it means that the child is cute, but in Argentina it means they’re a monkey…oops!

Some examples:

Su hija es tan mona.(Your daughter is so adorable).

El vestido que su hija tiene puesto es tan mono.(The dress your daughter is wearing is so cute).

10. Ser un(a) pijo/a

Pijo/ais used to mean “bratty” or “spoiled,” or to describe someone who comes from wealth. You can think of Veruca Salt from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” as apija.

Some examples:

Su papá le compra todo, qué pija.(Her dad buys her everything, what a spoiled brat.)

Es un pijo, me cae gordo.(He’s a snob, I don’t like him.)

Again, don’t expectthis word to work the same way in other countries! In Argentina, for example, this is a vulgar word to name the masculine sexual organ.

11. Ir a tapear

This is probably the most unique phrase in today’s lineup.Tapasare a type of appetizer that’s specific to Spain. They include things like green olives,jamón serrano and different types of cheese.

When someone wants toir a tapear it means that they want to go out and gettapas.Tapearisn’t really even a verb anywhere but in Spain.

Fun fact for you: In many parts of Spainyou’ll get a free tapa when ordering a drink!

Some examples:

¿Vamos a tapear esta noche?(Are we going to eat tapas tonight?)

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Me encanta tapear después del trabajo.(I love going to eat tapas after work.)

12. Qué fuerte

You may see this phrase and think of Captain America or the Hulk.Fuertein Englishis “strong.” In this case,fuerteis a way of showing surprise, awe or shock. Basically the phrase means, “Wow!” and can be either positive or negative.

You’ll oftenseethis oneaccompanied by theSpanish wrist shaketo emphasize thesurprise.

Example:

A: ¿Sabes que Raúl dejó a su mujer por su secretaria?(Did you knowthat Raul left his wife for his secretary?)

B: ¡Qué fuerte!(Oh my gosh! Wow!)

13. Ser una babosa

Did you hear the one about the blonde who walked into the bar? Or maybe the one about the blonde who crossed the street? Of course you have, or at least one like it. Blonde jokes are all over the place. In blonde jokes, the blonde is ababosa.Ababosa is a dimwit or someone who’s gullible.

Some examples:

Le dije que los perros tienen cinco patas, ella es una babosa.(I told her that dogs have five legs, she’s so gullible.)

Es una babosa que nunca deja de hablar. (She’s a dimwit who never stops talking.)

14. Ser un depre

You probably know a person who always has something negative to say no matter what, right? Someone who’s a Johnny rain cloud or a real Debbie Downer. Well, that person is adepre.

An easy way to remember this slang term is to think about the worddepresión(depression)ordepresivo(depressing).

Some examples:

No me gusta estar con Miguel, es un depre.(I don’t like being with Miguel, he is a downer.)

Eres un depre cuando hablas así.(You’re a real downer when you talk like that.)

As you can see, many of these slang phrases depend on a certain kind of context so that their meanings are correctly interpreted. That’s why it’s recommended that you get a bit of practice with them before you start using them in real-life.

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You can get exposure to these slang phrases (and others) by talking with native Spanish speakers or by checking out authentic Spanish media such as magazines, movies or the videos on FluentU. As a language learning program, FluentU equips its clips with interactive subtitles that explain in context the Spanish vocabulary used, including slang and colloquialisms.

So once you’re familiar with these hip and trendy expressions, you can walk the streets of Barcelona or saunter the alleys of Seville with confidence. With these slang phrases in your back pocket, even the natives won’t be sure whether you’re a foreigner or not!

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FAQs

What are some Spanish slangs? ›

Spanish slang words
Spanish slang wordSpanish pronunciationEnglish meaning
Buenazobweh-nah-zohReally good
Plataplah-tahMoney
Vainavy-nahA thing
Ojooh-hoWatch out
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What are popular Spanish sayings? ›

Popular Spanish Sayings
  • No hay dos sin tres. Literal: There is no two without three. ...
  • Nuevo rey, nueva ley. Literal: New king, new law. ...
  • Más vale maña que fuerza. Literal: Better skill than strength. ...
  • Más se consigue lamiendo que mordiendo. ...
  • Favor con favor se paga. ...
  • Dar gato por liebre. ...
  • El que tiene boca se equivoca. ...
  • Gastar saliva.

What is Spanish slang for awesome? ›

Chido/a

Chido/a is a Mexican adjective meaning “awesome” or “cool”. It's used the same the way you would use guay in Spain.

How do you say Girl in Spanish slang? ›

Instead of using muchacho or muchacha or niño or niña, try out the Mexican slang term for “boy” or “girl,” which is chango or changa.

What are the coolest Spanish words? ›

20 Coolest Spanish Words
  • tranquilo – Cool, quiet, composed, laid back, chilled out. ...
  • escuincle – Kid, brat.
  • chamba – A Mexican word that means “work”. ...
  • órale – Mexican word that means “OK”, “alright” or “go for it!”
  • dale – Argentine version of órale.
  • escopeta – A shotgun.
  • genio – Literally means “genius”.

What is a Mexican girl called? ›

1. niña or nena: This is the most generic for “girl” and it can be use for a baby and teenagers. Example: María dio a luz una niña. / María dio a luz una nena.

What are the best slang words? ›

Fire - Hot, trendy, amazing, or on point (formerly "straight fire") GOAT - "Greatest of All Time" Go Off - A phrase said to encourage someone to continue, usually when they're ranting about something (can also be sarcastic, as in, "but go off, I guess") Gucci - Good, cool, or going well.

What does Perro mean in Spanish slang? ›

English Translation. dog. More meanings for perro. dog noun. can, zorro, bribón, tunante, tachines.

What is the most romantic thing to say in Spanish? ›

How to say romantic Spanish phrases
  • Te quiero mucho. - ...
  • Estoy enamorada / Estoy enamorado. ...
  • Te amo. ...
  • Te adoro. - I adore you.
  • Te necesito. - I need you.
  • Yo también te amo. - I love you, too.
  • ¿Me amas? / ¿Me quieres? - Do you love me?
  • Te amo más que nada en el mundo! - I love you more than anything in the world!

What is a popular Mexican saying? ›

1. Agua que no has de beber, déjala correr – Anonymous. Literal translation: Water that you must not drink, let it run. This Mexican proverb warns us not to get involved in something that we won't be able to face later.

What is a saying from Spain to say that everything is fine? ›

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What does vato mean in slang? ›

Noun. vato (plural vatos) (Chicano, slang) Hispanic youth; guy; dude.

What does Orale mean? ›

Órale is a common interjection in Mexican Spanish slang. It is also commonly used in the United States as an exclamation expressing approval or encouragement. The term has varying connotations, including an affirmation that something is impressive, an agreement with a statement (akin to "okay"), or to signify distress.

How do you say bro in Spanish slang? ›

Carnal. Literally means “brother,” but as with “bro” in English, it's used to refer to good friends, too. María, te presento a mi carnal. María, this is my bro.

What do you call a beautiful Spanish woman? ›

Hermoso/Hermosa – “Gorgeous”

Hermoso has a similar relationship with hermosura, which means “beauty”. You can also say una hermosura to mean “a beautiful woman”.

What do guys call their girlfriends in Spanish? ›

Spaniards will often refer to a loved-one as corazón, or 'heart'. Affection. also What is Papi Chulo? In Latin-American Spanish slang, a papi chulo is an attractive man.
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What do Spanish guys call their girlfriends?
girlfriendnovia
cariñodear/darling
querido/amy love
muñecadoll
corazónsweetheart

What is a Spanish word for pretty girl? ›

chica bonita. More Spanish words for pretty girl. linda chica. pretty girl. niña bonita.

What is a beautiful Spanish word? ›

Bello/a – Beautiful

Bello/a means “beautiful” or “lovely.” It's a bit formal, especially in Spain Spanish (Castellano). A closely related noun is la belleza, which means “beauty.” This is a romantic and common word to call a person “beautiful” in Spanish. ¡Te ves muy bella! You look very pretty!

What do you call your boyfriend in Spanish? ›

Names for Lovers
  • Mi alma. The Spanish are known for being romantic. ...
  • Papi chulo. Chances are you've heard this one before. ...
  • Cariño/a. This one is used quite frequently and is most similar to how we say “dear” or “darling” in English.
  • Hermosa. ...
  • Mi amado/a. ...
  • Príncipe / Princesa. ...
  • Mi cielito. ...
  • Mi vida.
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How do you sound cute in Spanish? ›

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What does HYNA mean slang? ›

“Hyna” is essentially slang for “girl,” “woman,” or “chick.” The context that the words is used can, however alter the meaning somewhat. For example, “Hey hyna!

What is a Puerto Rican girl called? ›

Use la boricua when referring to a female of Puerto Rican descent.

What do you call a woman from Spain? ›

Courtesy titles for women in Spanish are señorita and señora.

What does Hot Momma mean in slang? ›

[US potentially offensive slang] An older attractive woman.

What do Gen Z say instead of cool? ›

cheugy. Are you cool or are you cheugy? This word, used to describe “uncool” things that are either out of style or trying too hard to be in style, is believed to have been coined in 2013.

What is a 30 slang? ›

30 may be used to describe a loaded handgun with 30 rounds. This slang primarily originates in the Chicago area. You may hear someone say it like this: “I am always carrying a 30 because I live in a bad neighborhood.” Dosage of drugs or pills is also closely associated with 30.

What does Perrona mean in Spanish slang? ›

de (a) perrona (informal) cheapo (informal) ⧫ cheap.

What does Pata de perro mean? ›

Spanish term or phrase: este pata de perro. English translation: have itchy feet.

What does Pero Pero mean? ›

There's a word in Japanese onomatopoeia for this: “pero”. When the word is repeated twice, it gives the cute impression of someone or something (usually a child or pet) licking an object.

What to say to a Spanish girl to turn her on? ›

16 Romantic Spanish phrases to say to your lover:
  • 1.Te quiero. I love you.
  • Te amo. I love you.
  • Estoy enamorado(a) de ti. I am in love with you.
  • Te quiero con toda mi alma. I love you with all of my soul.
  • Eres el amor de mi vida. ...
  • Cada día te quiero más. ...
  • Eres mi todo. ...
  • 13.Quiero estar contigo para siempre.

Can I say mi amor to a guy? ›

One can use mi amor as a romantic nickname, similar to the English words honey, sweetheart, or darling. Mi amor is used to address both men and women. Unlike some Spanish nouns which have a masculine and feminine version, one should use “mi amor” for both men and women.

How do you say no in Mexican? ›

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Is no Mames offensive? ›

No mames is used colloquially in the Spanish-speaking Latinx community, specifically among Mexican and Mexican-American youth, but many consider the expression vulgar and some associate it with gang language.

How do Mexicans say beer? ›

Chela/Cheve (beer)

Chela and cheve are both slang words for beer, although cheve is used more in the north of Mexico.

What do Mexicans call their friends? ›

Cuate, Compa, Cabrón & Carnal

Cuate is slang for 'friend', as is compa, carnal and cabrón. They tend to be used to varying degrees depending which part of Mexico you're in, and cabrón can also be used as an insult at times.

How do you reply to bien y tu? ›

The standard answer is probably "Bien" ("Fine") or "Muy bien" ("Very good"). Of course, both of those responses are often expanded: "Muy bien, gracias. ¿Y tú?" ("Quite well, thank you. And you?").

What do you say after estoy bien? ›

If you feel alright, you say estoy bien; you could also say, estoy muy bien, to give more emphasis, which means “very good” or “very well.” You can also add one extra word, gracias, meaning “thanks”, and estoy bien, gracias; it means “I'm fine, thank you.” 2.

What do you say when someone says estoy bien? ›

Assuming you're well, the most straightforward reply to the question how are you? would be bien (fine) or even ¡muy bien! (great!). Other less positive replies could be vaya (so-so), regular (not bad), vamos tirando (getting by).

What does Papi mean in slang? ›

Papi is a colloquial term for “daddy” in Spanish, but in many Spanish-speaking cultures, particularly in the Caribbean, it is often used as a general term of affection for any man, whether it's a relative, friend, or lover.

Why do Mexicans say wey? ›

Güey (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈwei]; also spelled guey, wey or we) is a word in colloquial Mexican Spanish which is commonly used to refer to any person without using their name.

What does Órale mean in Mexico? ›

Orale is a slang word that Mexicans use as a way to express surprise, admiration, agreement, approval or disappointment. We also use it to urge someone to do something. As a result, it can be translated as 'come on', 'okay', 'wow'.

What does viva la raza mean? ›

"Viva la raza" is a common rallying cry for those Mexican Americans who identify. themselves as Chicanos. Translated literally it means "Long live the race"; however, such a translation is somewhat misleading. Chicanos are not referring to race in the.

What does pues mean in texting? ›

Pues is used by almost all speakers as a verbal filler word. It's a favorite word for people to say when they are trying to buy time in between sentences. As a filler word, pues in Spanish most commonly translates to “well” but it can have other meanings too. In English we might say “ummmm…” “so…” or “then…”

What is a male Mexican called? ›

The masculine term Latino (/ləˈtiːnoʊ, læ-, lɑː-/), along with its feminine form Latina, is a noun and adjective, often used in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, that most commonly refers to United States inhabitants who have cultural ties to Latin America.

What does carnan mean in Spanish? ›

Carnal is Mexican slang for friend, some you'll call your Brother(hermano). This word looks awfully like the English word “carnal” meaning “of the flesh”.

What do Mexicans call homies? ›

Hombre. Meaning: (Noun) Literally means "man" and can be used like homie or homeboy in a casual conversation, similar to how "man" is also used in English.

What are the best slang words? ›

Fire - Hot, trendy, amazing, or on point (formerly "straight fire") GOAT - "Greatest of All Time" Go Off - A phrase said to encourage someone to continue, usually when they're ranting about something (can also be sarcastic, as in, "but go off, I guess") Gucci - Good, cool, or going well.

Why do Spanish people say Tio? ›

In Spain, to call someone “tío” or “tía” is a friendly way to refer to friends or even close acquaintances. It's a show of closeness and trust and can be translated to “pal, bro, buddy”. You'll hear this word pretty used often in our Gritty Spanish audio stories.

How do you say homie in Spanish slang? ›

el amiguete (Span.) homie or: homey chiefly - shortened version of homeboy which means "close friend from the neighborhood" (Amer.) [sl.] el cuate (Lat.

How do you say man in Spanish slang? ›

Generally speaking, compa is more commonly used when talking to men. On top of using this word to refer to men that they don't know, Spanish speakers use 'compa' with their closest friends too.

What does YEET mean? ›

Yeet is a slang word that functions broadly with the meaning “to throw,” but is especially used to emphasize forcefulness and a lack of concern for the thing being thrown. (You don't yeet something if you're worried that it might break.)

What does Hot Momma mean in slang? ›

[US potentially offensive slang] An older attractive woman.

What do Gen Z say instead of cool? ›

cheugy. Are you cool or are you cheugy? This word, used to describe “uncool” things that are either out of style or trying too hard to be in style, is believed to have been coined in 2013.

What is mi vida? ›

English Translation. my life. More meanings for ¡Mi vida! My pretty! interjection.

What does Mami mean in Spanish? ›

A colloquial and child's form of the Spanish mamá, mami literally means “mommy” in Latin-American Spanish, especially in the Caribbean.

What is Tito in Spanish? ›

an uncle; the brother of either parent.

What is a Mexican girl called? ›

1. niña or nena: This is the most generic for “girl” and it can be use for a baby and teenagers. Example: María dio a luz una niña. / María dio a luz una nena.

What is a female vato? ›

And, vato has a feminine counterpart: vata, which can be used to refer to prostitutes or a female who owes someone money. Bato is just a friendly term, used among male friends.

How do you say bro in Spanish slang? ›

Carnal. Literally means “brother,” but as with “bro” in English, it's used to refer to good friends, too. María, te presento a mi carnal. María, this is my bro.

What does Papi mean in Spanish? ›

Papi is a colloquial term for “daddy” in Spanish, but in many Spanish-speaking cultures, particularly in the Caribbean, it is often used as a general term of affection for any man, whether it's a relative, friend, or lover.

How do Puerto Ricans say handsome? ›

Guapo / Guapa – “Handsome” Guapo/guapa is a word with some regional variations. Most commonly, it describes an attractive person, especially male, and isn't really used for beautiful objects or places.

What is a male Spanish man called? ›

Spanish Translation. hombre. More Spanish words for man. el hombre noun.

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