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    Hola.

    Por lo que he leído (no uso este término coloquialmente), "sapo" no tiene la acepción de "creído", sí de "lengualarga" y "chismoso".

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    Default Re: Al tiro! Some Chilean slang words.

    Hace poco escuche a Benjamin Vicuña ( Actor chileno) decir: "Me tinca"

    ¿Alguien sabe lo que significa?

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    ¡Sí, es muy "yileno"!

    "Me tinca algo" significa "Me apetece algo".

    El término "tincar" deriva del quechua.

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    Thanks for the post. very Bacán

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    ¡Qué extraño me suena "bacán"! Yo lo conocía con otro significado coloquial (adinerado).

    Bueno, entonces, este hilo es muy "bacán", no es nada "lata", jeje.

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    Default Re: Al tiro! Some Chilean slang words.

    Sapo en Venezuela es una persona chismosa.

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    Default Re: Al tiro! Some Chilean slang words.

    Yo diría que es una persona de "lengua larga", es decir, que no sabe medir lo que dice o que no reflexiona antes de hablar.

    Es que, como veíamos antes en este hilo, también significa "soplón".

    Fíjate aquí en la acepción número 13.
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