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it was used to both a man and a woman. It was also the subject line in an email. I believe it was used as a compliment but wasn't sure.
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Explanation: hi toniaj....I'm from Ecuador and I've never heard that! could you give me more context?
Katty Ossa Ecuador Local time: 20:31 Native speaker of: Spanish
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Explanation: I don't know what it means in Equador, but here, in Poland it's one of terms for sexual intercourse (and yes, in Polish it also means nothing). Another terms with the same meaning are 'figofago' and 'barabara'.
Maybe Spanish is closer to Polish than we all believes :-D