I have been unable to find a translation for the word perreanin the this sentence "Les encanta hacer el ganso y el cabra,perrean que da gusto y se parten de risa cuando meten la pata" (it was in an article in the Spanish magazine Muy Interesante)
¿Que significa la palabra perrean?
In Argentina, "perrear", as a verb, means to deceive, to cheat. By example, we say "está perreando en el examen" means: he is cheating in the test. Another form to use this expression is "meter el perro", meaning the same.
Thank-you both for your replies-they have helped me to understand the article. It is interesting how sometimes words, concepts or idioms don't always have a direct translation.
In the south of Spain, it is a colloquial way of saying "waste time being lazy and doing nothing", but in other places it has other meanings (eg. Costa Rica), or it is simply not used at all.