ghetto

ghetto
noun
1. (segregated or marginalized area) 
a. el gueto (M) 
The residents of this neighborhood resent its characterization as a ghetto.A los residentes de este barrio les molesta su caracterización como gueto.
b. la judería (F) (Jewish) 
In 1942, the Nazis began deporting Jews to exclusive areas called ghettos.En 1942, los nazis comenzaron a deportar a los judíos a zonas exclusivas llamadas juderías.
adjective
2. (pejorative) (slang) (of low quality) (United States) 
a. cafre (pejorative) (slang) (Puerto Rico) 
I feel like that music glamorizes a ghetto lifestyle.Siento que esa música embellece un estilo de vida cafre.
b. naco (pejorative) (slang) (Central America) (Mexico) 
Your car is so ghetto.Tu carro es tan naco.
c. flaite (pejorative) (slang) (Chile) 
Maca's boyfriend lives in a ghetto neighborhood.El novio de Maca vive en un barrio flaite.
ghetto
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el gueto (M) 
ghetto blasterradiocasete m portátil
ghetto [ˈɡetəʊ]
noun
ghettos ghettoes gueto (m); (Hist) judería (f);
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