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Spanish proverbs and Refranes Puerto Rico Spanish Slang Mas lento que una caravana de cojos

A list of English proverbs with translations to similar Puerto Rican Spanish sayings. Many of these proverbs are also used in other Latin American countries.

Que tiene mucha labia. Sabe que decir para lograr lo que quiere.

Puerto Rican Spanish Sayings in English

A list of English proverbs with translations to similar Puerto Rican Spanish sayings. Many of these proverbs are also used in other Latin American countries.

No cambies oro por cobre: Puerto Rican Spanish Saying | Advice to avoid changing something of value for something else of less value. #SpanishSayings #PuertoRico

NO CAMBIES ORO POR COBRE: Puerto Rican Spanish Saying

No cambies oro por cobre: Puerto Rican Spanish Saying | Advice to avoid changing something of value for something else of less value. #SpanishSayings #PuertoRico

Más lento que una caravana de cojos: Puerto Rican Spanish Saying | Meaning: Extremely slow #SpanishSayings #PuertoRico

MÁS LENTO QUE UNA CARAVANA DE COJOS: Puerto Rican Spanish Saying

A list of English proverbs with translations to similar Puerto Rican Spanish sayings. Many of these proverbs are also used in other Latin American countries.

Estar en una situación comprometida ante la que no sabes que solución/opción tomar. dicho refran saying

Puerto Rican Spanish Expressions in English

Startin with the letter B you will find A list of English proverbs with translations to similar Puerto Rican Spanish expressions.

Spanish sayings and refrains from Puerto Rico Spanish Slang Hay que consultarlo con la almohada

Puerto Rican Spanish Sayings in English

A list of English proverbs with translations to similar Puerto Rican Spanish sayings. Many of these proverbs are also used in other Latin American countries.

MUCHOS CACIQUES Y POCOS INDIOS |

Puerto Rican Spanish Idioms Translated to English

*cough* cuñadas *cough* cough*

Puerto Rican Spanish Expressions in English

UN BOMBITO AL PITCHER: Puerto Rican Spanish Expression | something really easy to do, a “freebee.” #SpanishSayings #PuertoRico

UN BOMBITO AL PITCHER: Puerto Rican Spanish Expression

Illustration, meaning and example of the common Puerto Rican Spanish expression "un bombito al pitcher" or "un bombo al pitcher"

Equivalents of English Sayings in Spanish

Equivalents of English Sayings in Spanish

A list of English sayings in Spanish common to Puerto Rico. Many of these proverbs are also used in other Latin American countries.

'You can only stretch your feet as far as the blanket goes...' Meaning: Do the best you can...

Puerto Rican Spanish Sayings in English

A list of English proverbs with translations to similar Puerto Rican Spanish sayings. Many of these proverbs are also used in other Latin American countries.

Go against wind and tide

Puerto Rican Sayings in Spanish

A list of Puerto Rican sayings in Spanish. Many of these sayings, proverbs, refranes, modismos or idioms are also used in other Latin American countries.

Refranes Puerto Rico Spanish Slang Ladron que roba ladron merece perdon

Puerto Rican Sayings in Spanish

A list of Puerto Rican Spanish expressions translated to English. Many of these sayings, modismos or refrains are also used throughout Latin America.

#Dichos

Puerto Rican Proverbs in English

A list of English proverbs with translations to similar Puerto Rican proverbs expressions. Many of these are also used in other Latin American countries.

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