que te pica
what does it mean? and also what does "kilates" mean? i just heard it randomly in reggeaton music
Interesting that the man thinks of gold and the woman thinks of diamonds!
By the way, although the carat and karat spellings are both correct, in my experience the former is always used for diamonds and other gems, while the latter is often or even usually used for gold. That explains the abbreviation on gold as "K," as in 18K gold. Also, karat means purity of gold (each karat being equal to 1/24 the total), but carat is a unit of weight equal to 200 mg.
Kilates is probably meant to be quilates meaning carats in a diamond.
¿Qué te pica? What's bothering you?
I don't know about "kilates". I don't think I've ever hear it before. If it's "quilates" then it means carats, as in a measure of purity of gold, etc.