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Gringo

Posted on 30.09.2019 by Gugal
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  1. Memi says:
    gringo - a Latin American (disparaging) term for foreigners (especially Americans and Englishmen) alien, foreigner, noncitizen, outlander - a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country Based on WordNet , Farlex clipart collection. © Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
  2. Arashigar says:
    The original Gringo’s, affectionately called “The Pink Building,” is home to the first Gringo’s location, established January 11,
  3. Nelkree says:
    A mix of dark comedy, white-knuckle action, and dramatic intrigue, 'Gringo' takes mild-mannered businessman Harold Soyinka (David Oyelowo) to Mexico, where he finds himself at the mercy of his back-stabbing business colleagues back home, local drug .
  4. Tanris says:
    Apr 09,  · gringo m (feminine singular gringa, masculine plural gringos, feminine plural gringas, comparable) (slang, Brazil) foreign (from another country, especially the United States or another developed one) Aquele cara ali é gringo. That dude over there is a foreigner.
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  6. Toramar says:
    Gringa definition is - a foreign girl or woman in Spain or Latin America especially when of English or American origin; broadly: a non-Hispanic girl or woman.
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    Jun 16,  · Nearly always referring to foreigners in a Spanish-speaking country, gringo is one of those words whose precise meaning, and often its emotional quality, can vary with geography and context. Yes, it can be and often is an insult. But it can also be a term of affection or neutral.

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