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Spanish term or phrase:vuerto
English translation:vomited
Entered by: Fuseila
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11:27 Dec 3, 2004
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / colloquial
Spanish term or phrase: vuerto
I have met this form (hemos vuerto, he de vuerto) in some extracts of written colloquial Spanish but since my knowledge of Spanish is mediocre and no dictionary that i have seems to know the word (or any verbs that it might derive from) can someone enlighten me?
mezcalfi
Local time: 13:22
vomited
Explanation:
"hemos vuerto" es "hemos vuelto" in Andalusian Spanish which is "we have returned"
"he de vuerto" is how andalucian people from Spain say (he devuelto). It is a very colloquial way of saying it

More context would be needed for an exact and accurate translation
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Fuseila
Local time: 12:22
Grading comment
Thank you. I get it.
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vomited


Explanation:
"hemos vuerto" es "hemos vuelto" in Andalusian Spanish which is "we have returned"
"he de vuerto" is how andalucian people from Spain say (he devuelto). It is a very colloquial way of saying it

More context would be needed for an exact and accurate translation

Fuseila
Local time: 12:22
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thank you. I get it.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Javier Herrera
2 mins
  -> gracias xáudar

agree  Ana Juliá
22 mins
  -> gracias de nuevo Ana Juliá

agree  Lillian van den Broeck
3 hrs
  -> gracias lazuluna

agree  Laurie Price: I agree -- I live in Granada & that's what I hear -- though I've never seen it written.
10 hrs
  -> thank you laurprice, you see it written when people don't have much schooling

agree  Gabriel Aguirre: so that's where it came from...
11 hrs
  -> thank you gabriel
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