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8 thoughts on “ Caramba

  • ¡Ay, caramba, si son ustedes! Pero, pasen, pasen. Pensé que era el cartero o alguien. Good heavens, it's you! Please, come in. I thought it was the postman or someone else. c. boy. A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma). (colloquial).
  • Caramba - Las costillas de Buenos Aires (Vivo) Filmado por Ramiro Alvarez Antognini y Skiel Flesh durante la presentación de Contacto (Diciembre, 2 de ) .
  • Caramba® fungicide. BASF Ag Products METCONAZOLE State Availability Yes No Not Specified This information is for reference only. It is the responsibility of the user to verify the product is registered and appropriate for use in a given state. Labels / SDS.
  • Translate Caramba. See 5 authoritative translations of Caramba in English with example sentences, phrases and audio pronunciations.
  • Don't let the cheesy album cover fool you, Lee Morgan's "Caramba" is a hard bop fiesta. This Blue Note session was recorded on May 3, and features three of Lee's old buddies -- Cedar Walton on piano, Reggie Workman on bass and Billy Higgins on drums -- joining a then relative jazz newcomer, tenor saxophonist Bennie Maupin.4/5(6).
  • Caramba is a common word used for expressing positive/negative reaction to an event. It's used mainly by people of Latin America (Mexico&Colombia that I know of) but in Portugal as well. Is used frequently combined with Ay (see examples). If a translation has to be given, the most proper would be "gee" or "om my god". There is also an opinion which states that caramba is "the nice way to say.

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