what does el jarrito mean in English?
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The suffix of -ito or -ita suggests a diminuative version of something. For example if we were talking about a kitten, we would say gatito. Or if we were talking about a vase, we would say vase-ito. In the future, please refer to the translation box for a simple translation.
It is literally a little jar.
However, it should be known that Jarritos is a popular soft drink in Mexico (and some parts of the U.S.)