There are 2 main translations of cachondo in English:

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cachondo 1

also: feminine: cachonda

adjetivo

  • 2 (España) [familiar] (divertido, gracioso) See examples: es un tío muy cachondo
    he's a real laugh o scream
    [familiar]
    su programa es cachondísimo
    his program's a scream o gas
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Tanto se nubla mi mente cuando ando cachondo, que no me importó eso.
  • Un travesti bien cachondo el cual esta hambriento de una gran polla.
  • Estas dos chicas tan cachondas y calientes son unas amigas muy especiales que lo comparten todo.

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There are 2 main translations of cachondo in English:

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cachondo 2
also: feminine: cachonda

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • (España) [familiar] mi tío es un cachondo mental
    my uncle's a real scream o a real laugh
    [familiar]

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