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Checherre

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Does anyone know what the word (Noun) Checherre is intened to convey. It is Colombian Spanmish and might fit any of the Following: Gossip, Fiasco Rumour Scaremongering, Outburst? - Possibly Any Help Amiguitos - Thank you from Ireland, All I know is that it is hardly complimentary

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updated AGO 17, 2008
posted by Declan-Quill

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Declan Quill said:

Verb Masterm Sir, you are quite correct - I have tracked it down with the help of The Amiguitos on this good site -Thank you so much. A real Good Friendly Bunch of Amiguitos on this excellent site and thank you again - Verb Mastersmile))) Yes "A Load of Junk or Rubbish" referring to a conversation or Article in writing - That does fit The situation, as I heard it OKsmile)) I'm afraid to saysmile)))

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updated AGO 17, 2008
posted by Verb-Master
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Verb Masterm Sir, you are quite correct - I have tracked it down with the help of The Amiguitos on this good site -Thank you so much. A real Good Friendly Bunch of Amiguitos on this excellent site and thank you again - Verb Mastersmile))) Yes "A Load of Junk or Rubbish" referring to a conversation or Article in writing - That does fit The situation, as I heard it OKsmile)) I'm afraid to saysmile)))

updated AGO 17, 2008
posted by Declan-Quill
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Hi Declan. My friend say that chéchere is some piece of junk. Or sometimes it could be some utensil.

updated AGO 17, 2008
posted by Verb-Master
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Hi Declan. A friend of mine is Colombian and he has never heard of it. So, even in Colombia not everybody uses it. Let me find out through his friends and I´ll let you know... smile

updated AGO 17, 2008
posted by Verb-Master
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I'm not really sure of what pic you are talking about...Is it possible that you have entered another Laura's profile? I believe mine is http://my.spanishdict.com/profile/Laura55. Unfortunately, I joined the community two days ago and I seem to be having some problems...I cannot upload any photos, nor add a photo to my profile, nor accept the requests to be added as friends... so I believe you have entered another profile!
Anyway, if and when I am able to upload photos, I will post some of Argentina's many paradise-like areas.
See you around, mi Irish friend!!

updated AGO 15, 2008
posted by Laura
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Laura Hismile))) Againsmile)) I did borrow your Beautiful Pic to send to a very Good Friend in Phillipines. I also love photography but nothing so enchanting yet but I do keep trying and I am getting Better Each Day, Laura Muchissima Gracias - Maybe I may have The Opportunity og Getting to know this weird but wonderful EWay of speech of yours - Please Tell me A little moresmile)))) Slan = Irish for Chausmile))))) - Pronounced Slawnsmile)))

Laura said:

You're most welcome, Declan. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. But I'll be there whenever you need to know "chau", "che", "vos", "decime", "joya", some "lunfardo" and any other of our colorful -yet weird" way of talking!!! LOL!!!

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updated AGO 15, 2008
posted by Declan-Quill
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You're most welcome, Declan. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. But I'll be there whenever you need to know "chau", "che", "vos", "decime", "joya", some "lunfardo" and any other of our colorful -yet weird" way of talking!!! LOL!!!

updated AGO 15, 2008
posted by Laura
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Laura You are both kind and Brilliantsmile)) Yea I am certainly getting The "Drift" as I thought it is intended to be Uncomplimentary at least. Thank you very much indeed.

Laura said:

Let me google a little more and see what I got. It also means "trasto" according to the Real Academia; one of the meanings of "trasto" is useless, old, wasted thing, something that really bothers, so I'm guessing may be somewhere near "rubbish".

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updated AGO 15, 2008
posted by Declan-Quill
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Let me google a little more and see what I got. It also means "trasto" according to the Real Academia; one of the meanings of "trasto" is useless, old, wasted thing, something that really bothers, so I'm guessing may be somewhere near "rubbish".

updated AGO 14, 2008
posted by Laura
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Response is Poor Laura & It would be a real help to know but your answer Inutil is as Good as I have Got could it also mean rubbish? Do Ye think?

Laura said:

Hi, Declan, I'm in Argentina and we do not use such a word here. We have many others of our own, anyway, so we don't get bored!! wink

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updated AGO 14, 2008
posted by Declan-Quill
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Amiguitos Y Amiguitas, Lads & Lassies - Anybody Possibly help me a little morewith The Colombian Coloquial Word "Chechere" - Please !!!

updated AGO 14, 2008
posted by Declan-Quill
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Hi, Declan, I'm in Argentina and we do not use such a word here. We have many others of our own, anyway, so we don't get bored!! wink

updated AGO 14, 2008
posted by Laura
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Laura Many Thanks, Yes I Believe That is some how on the right track but perhaps not quite. Interesting to wait and see what may evolve. I do know it is possibly intened to be disparaging - Thanks Again laura - Where Are U Based? Laura?

Declan Quill said:

Laura said:

Hi! From what I see on the Real Academia Española website (the official Spanish language dictionary), it means "cosa inútil", useless thing. It is spelled "chéchere" and it is used coloquially in Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica and El Salvador. Maybe some of the members belonging to such countries may give you a better answer.

Bye!!

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updated AGO 14, 2008
posted by Declan-Quill
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Hi! From what I see on the Real Academia Española website (the official Spanish language dictionary), it means "cosa inútil", useless thing. It is spelled "chéchere" and it is used coloquially in Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica and El Salvador.

Maybe some of the members belonging to such countries may give you a better answer.

Bye!!

updated AGO 14, 2008
posted by Laura
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