1. (colloquial) (sexually aroused) (Mexico) (Spain)
a. horny (colloquial)
La peli me está poniendo cachondo.This movie is making me horny.
b. randy (colloquial)
Miguel se ponía cachondo al imaginarla a Celia desnuda.Miguel was getting randy imagining Celia naked.
c. turned on (colloquial)
Los mayores también se ponen cachondos, sabes.Older people get turned on too, you know.
2. (colloquial) (amusing) (Spain)masculine or feminine noun
¡Qué historia más cachonda!What a funny story!
3. (colloquial) (amusing person) (Spain)
a. laugh (colloquial)
El profesor era un cachondo.The teacher was a laugh.
b. scream (colloquial)
La madre de Eva es una cachonda; siempre me está tomando el pelo.Eva's mom's a scream; she's always pulling my leg.
Me cae bien el cachondo de tu novio.I like your boyfriend; he's so funny.
Dile a la cachonda de tu amiga que sus chistes son buenísimos.Tell your hilarious friend how great her jokes are.
1. (colloquial) (Spain)
ser cachondoto be funny
2. (muy fam) (Mexico)Noun
estar cachondoto be randy
poner cachondoto turn on
ponerse cachondoto get randy o turned on
3. (colloquial) (Spain)
es un cachondo (mental)he's always pissing around
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