arepa translation | Spanish-English dictionary



      sf     (LAm)   corn pancake  
hacer arepas      ***   to make love   (lesbians)     
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área, arpa, arepera, arena

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
make corn pancakes
"Hacer arepa" does not mean make love for lesbians, but the expression "Hacer cachapa" in Venezuela is comomly used to refer intercoruse between girls
to make love
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"arepa": examples and translations in context
La arepa es un pan de maíz sin levadura, redondo, de entre diez a veinte cm. Per it, by the nature of its growth and development, never will be round, neither great nor perfect.
Esto incluye arroz, frijoles, plantado frito, arepa, huevo frito, chorizo, chicharrón con la carne aún sujetada. If you want to buy something, this is a good time to exercise your bartering skills.
- Tu madre aún te hacía... arepas para desayunar. - Your mother still did... you Tortillas to have breakfast.
- Tu madre aún te hacía... arepas para desayunar. Somebody's a little cranky today. Tripp, your mother was still making you pancakes for breakfast.
Arepas San Benito: En Santa Rita, conocido por su famoso "aguita de sapo" (rana de agua, así es como se llama al jugo que sale cuando el "pernil" es tostado", pernil" = carne de cerdo asada) arepas. A food court including (but not limited to): McDonalds, Church's Chicken, Marhaba Express, Burger King, Subway, Cinnabon, Mr Pretzel and a TGI Friday's. The biggest movie theater in Venezuela with 13 projection rooms.
Y al Papa le gustan las arepas? Does the pope have a balcony?
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