Vamos a visitar a mi tía Elena esta tarde.We are going to visit my aunt Elena this afternoon.
2. (colloquial) (form of address) (Spain)
a. lady (colloquial)
Escucha, tía, no pienso ir contigo.Listen, lady, I'm not leaving with you.
b. chick (colloquial)
¡Vaya tía buena!What a hot chick!
Esa tía está pendiente a su celular y no está mirando donde camina.That woman is on her phone and isn't paying attention to where she's going.
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