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 v.— «“En California los mexicanos dicen ‘Guachaut’ (watch out: cuidado) o ‘simon’ cuando se saludan (yes, man: sí, hombre). En Nueva York los puertorriqueños dicen ‘rufo’ (roof: techo)”, narró Morales.» —“El spanglish: un fenómeno lingüístico que se abre paso en los EEUU” IBLNEWS (New York) Feb. 9, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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