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caca Line breaks: caca
Pronunciation: /ˈkakə/

Definition of caca in English:


[mass noun] informal
Example sentences
  • They have replaced a documented interface layer (COM) with a pile of caca.
  • The caca is just a pretext for a clown show.
  • You'll need a shower with real lava to cleanse your carcass of this crusty caca.


Late 19th century: from cack, or directly from Latin cacare 'defecate'.

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