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What does, "para seveirle, ala orden" mean?

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This was emailed to me and the best I can come up with is some version of, "I serve as commanded". Is that right?

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updated NOV 3, 2009
posted by ahonline

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Para servirle - a la orden - It basically means "at your service". In Colombia, every time you pass a shop they shout out "a la orden?" - Can I help you?

updated NOV 3, 2009
edited by 00515f39
posted by 00515f39
Is there a sexual connotation to this phrase? Like the word "papi" can mean just "dad" or can be more suggestive? - ahonline, NOV 3, 2009
Not to my knowledge. - 00515f39, NOV 3, 2009
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