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yo no asolapada ni achapada

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what does it mean when someone says: " Yo no asolapada ni achapada"

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updated FEB 2, 2009
posted by stephen-flanagan-jackson

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That doesn't make sense to me. It has no verb, for one thing. And neither of those participles seems to be a real word. As LadyDi says, solapado means underhanded or sly, and chapado means the following.

  1. adj. Hermoso, gentil, gallardo.
  2. adj. ant. Dicho de una persona: De chapa (? seso, formalidad).
    ~ a la antigua.
  3. loc. adj. Dicho de una persona: Muy apegada a los hábitos y costumbres de sus mayores.

De chapa means:
coloq. Seso, formalidad. Hombre de chapa.
Pan. Persona que vale muy poco. Ese jugador es la chapa.

What's the context'

updated FEB 2, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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thanks for the help...i kind of thought that.
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updated FEB 2, 2009
posted by stephen-flanagan-jackson
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I don't know about "achapada" but maybe "asolapada" should be "solapada" which this site defines as "cunning, crafty, artful, evasive."

updated FEB 2, 2009
posted by LadyDi
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