Spanish translation: mejor, nitido, chévere, copado, chido, bacán, más chulo, en la onda, actual
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English term or phrase:
mejor, nitido, chévere, copado, chido, bacán, más chulo, en la onda, actual
If I could give each of you the points I would because you all gave the best answers but I chose the most neutral to avoid any complications. Maybe in the future we can just start applying them in places where they aren't usually applied so that everyone is familiar with it no matter where it comes from.