There are 2 main translations of chiche in English:

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chiche 1

adjetivo

  • (América Central) [familiar]
    dead easy
    [familiar]
    me salió chiche
    it was dead easy o a pushover
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • La primera vez que hice esta selección, no fue tan chiche.
  • Fue un triunfo chiche y sin gracia.
  • No fue tan chiche como se lo cuento.

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There are 2 main translations of chiche in English:

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chiche 2

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 (Cono Sur) [familiar] (primor) See examples: tiene la casa que es un chiche
    she keeps her house looking really nice o like a picture
Example sentences
  • Ser ganadero e invierno es chiche.
  • No es chiche pasar esos atolladeros con carga a tuto de frijoles o de maíz y todo viene más caro.
  • Como se que Pedro esta codeando en Hipo, le pegaremos una mano con este chiche.

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