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What does "el jarrito" mean in English?

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There is a translator box at the top of the page that will translate any word for you.

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What is going on here.???


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  • you got issues - pat76 Sep 29, 2009 flag
  • You betcha, Pat. You might like to become aware of the rules. Look here "http://www.spanishdict.com/answers/5328/rules-and-guidelinesreglas-del-foro". Work with us here!! - Moe Sep 29, 2009 flag
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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.

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I vote for jar or a little one.

  • Yes, "jarrita" is little jar. Right again gus! - Daniel Sep 29, 2009 flag
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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.)

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