19:47 Sep 24, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: Chingaba
maire daly

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nafrom verb "chingar"
Paul Roige (X)
naI think it's "chingada"



34 mins

According to my Mexican students, it is "chingada", and they use it "hijo de la gran chingada" (son of a bitch).

Good luck, I hope it helps.

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4 hrs
I think it's "chingada"

Used a lot of ways but always in a slangish way - means "bitch. It's a real chingada - son of a chingada - my exam was a chingada - this job was a get the picture......
Hope this answers your question! Good luck!

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9 hrs
from verb "chingar"

My first answering attempt got lost or censored so I'm trying again: chingaba is South American 3rd person singular imperfect past tense meaning f...ed. Unless it's a typo then answers above seem right :)

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Paul Roige (X)
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in CatalanCatalan
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