1. (old-fashioned) (used to express surprise)
a. Jesús, María y José (colloquial)
Jeepers creepers! Look at the size of that fish!¡Jesús, María y José! ¡Mira el tamaño de ese pez!
b. cáspita (old-fashioned)
Jeeper creepers, it's cold out today.Cáspita, qué frío hace hoy.
c. ostras (colloquial) (Spain)
Jeepers creepers! You scared me!¡Ostras! ¡Qué susto me has dado!
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