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    Default What does "Ducho" mean?

    The other day my friend called me "ducho". Does anyone know what that means?
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    "Ducho" is a skilled person in a specific job. If you say "sos un vendedor ducho" that means you are a very skilled salesperson.

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    An expert!

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    Person who handles very easily in something or in a job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reminder View Post
    An expert!
    Just what I would expect Adam to be.
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    Perfect. Thanks guys!

    I thought there might be a second meaning for the term, but I'm certainly happy to receive the praise

    haha thanks Vicente, always a pleasure and an honor

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    There is a second meaning for this term! But in context, in a different context, inside a whole sentence, not in isolation like the case you mention.

    Conjugación del verbo "ducharse":

    Yo me ducho
    Tú te duchas
    Él se ducha
    Ella se ducha
    Nosotros nos duchamos
    Vosotros os ducháis
    Ellos se duchan

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    Hi reminder. Yes, I know the verb duchar but I didn't understand it in the context he used. Thanks

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