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    una nota humorística para terminar la semana... les presento a RobertCop 2!

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    jajaja se ve temible, con el calzoncillo arriba del pantalón como todo buen superhéroe.

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    haha kinda reminds me of this movie I once saw...

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    Hilarious! And what movie may that be, Amayo?

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    Robert...? Prefiero RobertoCop.

    Tengo duda: Cop es slang, muy común. Existe palabra o palabras en español?
    vicente

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    Mucho Slang en español para policía, la mayoría bastante despectivo:

    Rati, yuta, cobani, milico, cana, entre otros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salvadorm View Post
    Mucho Slang en español para policía, la mayoría bastante despectivo:

    Rati, yuta, cobani, milico, cana, entre otros.
    Efectivamente. Seguro se repite en más de un idioma que el argot callejero se especializa en todo lo relacionado con la ley, y especialmente con lo ilegal o la delincuencia... En españa se utiliza "madero" para la policía (en épocas de Franco se hablaba de "los grises" por ser ese el color de su uniforme).

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