In regula Spanish, this word means dog, but in mexican slang, it can have many meanings, depending on the context its used.
Perro can be used to say someone is mean, bad or violent, kinda comparing it with a mad dog.
You can say something its hard, or difficult to accomplish, by saying “esta perro”.
When a man is very insistent with girls, not giving up after a no, you say he is “un perro”, o “anda de perro”
When said to a very good friend, it’s the equivalent of dude. People also tend to say “perrazo”
When someone is very skilled in a certain discipline, you can say he is “perro” for it.
Ese hombre es un perro, mato a su propio hermano. / That man is despicable. He killed his own brother.
Estuvo muy perro el examen. / the exam was very hard
No te voy a presenter a mi prima, por que te va a batear, y luego vas a andar de perro / I’m not introducing you to my cousin, because she’ll reject you, and then you wont have a no for an answer.
¿Que pedo perro? / whats up dude?
No me gusta jugar con el, por que es perro para el basketball, y siempre me gana / I don’t like to play with him, because he is great at basketball, and he always beats me.
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