what does claro caci mean
I think you might mean: Claro que sí.
This literally means: "Obviously yes" but is used as "yes of course" expressing a very pronounced "yes" or expressing that the other person could have know or expected that the answer would be "yes"
Hello wilton, welcome to SpanishDict
The phrase you're asking about is probably "claro que sí", which means "yes, of course".
¿what does claro caci mean?
My dear and wonderful friend, I am afraid that a star in the heavens made you type erroneously. This very same star leads me to make all kinds of mistakes in this site. At any rate,the answer to your question is this,
claro caci,spelled correctly is,
Claro que si.And it means,
Yes, of course.
claro, casi could be Sure, almost.