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|Spanish term or phrase: Aver si yá dejas deaserte el chistosito!!!|
|my Mexican friend told me the above while arguing... she was angry so I don't think this was something nice... :-(|
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|Thank you so much for your answer, your kindness and your good manners, Hugo! :-)))|
As I stated in my question, my friend told me this, so I just tried to write down what I heard. I'm not a Spanish speaker. That's why I asked for your help... obviously... :-))
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Stop trying to be so funny
It is easier to understand if you see it properly spellt:
"A ver si ya dejas de hacerte el chistosito"
What I've written above is not exactly a literal translation, and I am Spanish as opposed to Mexican so it is only a guess through my non-Mexican ears.
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Let's see if you stop trying to be funny
A ver, si ya dejas de hacerte el chistosito.
I am assuming that whoever wrote this Mexican Spanish is not a translator and does not know any Spanish.
If it is, God help us!
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