Evan in Spanish is Iván.
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Quite so, does moolah mean money?
Moolah is a Fijian word meaning 'money'. This word may be the origin of the English slang for 'money'.
Whence, what does moolah mean in Spanish? moolah n. slang (money) (ES, coloquial) pasta nf.
Yet, how do you say alright in Spanish slang?
Claro."Está bien" can translate to mean "Okay"Even better English "Okay" = "Okey" in Spanish now and is used all the time (or just "Ok" is fine).
What is the Spanish word for online?
Some people say en línea while others just say online In the same way some people say enlace and others simply say el link. rpem has a good answer. You could also use the verb entrar; I have friends that regularly use it.
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download noun descarga (de archivos, etc.)
better, bettor, punter, wagerer. someone who bets. bookie, bookmaker. a gambler who accepts and pays off bets (especially on horse races) crapshooter.
Reverse translation for filelima - lime (fruit), file.archivo - file, archive, archives.fila - line, file, rank, row.clasificar - to classify, to sort out, to qualify (in competitions), to rate, to rank.desfilar - to parade, to march.
Español. mullah n. (Islamic teacher) mulá nm. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso.
is a slang term
that means "money." ... This informal word
is similar to bread or dough, or clams, just a few of the many slang words
meaning "money." Experts know this word
was coined in the United States around 1920, but beyond that its origin is a mystery.
It's similar to "hey" in English, but It's quite informal and usually rude. In English it's literally "hear".
LatAm Spanish uses mami as an affectionate way to call someone you love or more likely you are flirting with, sometimes it doesn't mean any of that, it depends on the context.
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.