Roughly translates to the English phrase “but like”.
Although it’s supposed to mean Cornflakes, Spanglish speakers use it to mean any cereal.
Cojelo con translates to “take it with” but it’s redundant since what it means is just “take it easy”. If someone tells you “cojelo con take it easy“, they’re telling you to calm down about a situation.
To freeze. The correct term in Spanish is congelar.
To park. The Spanish term for this is either estacionar or aparcar.
The bills. In Spanish this is simply referred to as las cuentas or facturas.
Lunch. The correct term in Spanish is almuerzo.
Means “Google it”.
Means “it’s a show” or can be used instead of “that’s crazy!”
Vicks VapoRub, which, according to many Hispanic people, cures everything.
Means “I am full”.
Is used to refer to a parking lot.
Means “to check”.
An expression used to indicate a person is going to check their email.
Car dealer, known as concesionario.