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Explanation: para no ponerse gordo o "guatón" en... Chile y mantenerse guapo o pintón, o también
"pintudo" en... Bolivia. De compras, encontramos que ¿Cuánto cuesta? o ... www.verbanet.com.ar/lath.html
P Forgas Brazil Local time: 01:40 Native speaker of: Spanish
Explanation: In Argentine slang, at least, pintón means that. Se dice, "Es un tipo pintón"...He's a good-looking guy. But it doesn't seem to fit exactly in your context unless they've previously been talking about two nice-looking fellows and all of the sudden mention "el otro pintón".
Dan Newland Local time: 01:40 Native speaker of: English