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Meaning of que me aspen




LaTucu

que me aspen
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That I am grieved, means that as is, to be crucified, like fan blades or mills, personally I use it a lot and always related to things that disgust me, said, or done, or when I look at something on tv or hear something that I don't like, worse, something that displeases me too much, then I look at everyone and with a big gesture almost screaming , please follow me!!! I am amused to provoke laughter between my laburo bars, always younger than me and most do not know the term, in fact many of them when some annoying fact happens look at me and say shocked, to grievance me!!! Happy to introduce old terms almost deprecated, greetings to all!!!

  




furoya

I think as an expression it could be "What do I like!" for the old, since before it used to use the accent, although today it is not recommended. But if it's part of a longer text like « . . . to be disgusted if. . . » surely I should not wear tilde, and . . . Does it also fit as a dictionary query? 129300; . It's a twist to "crucify me, " like "kill me". See Blade, Blade, Crucificed .

  


Juan Francisco Castillo

Aspar is like crucifying.

  


Manuel Penichet P

It is a colloquial expression that is used to ensure with emphasis that one thing is certain. Usually this expression is followed by a conditional sentence that expresses the contrary idea that defends itself. Example: Me aspen if I understand it, swear to have left my purse. The verb reeling means to crucify someone on a cross shaped blade. Figuratively aspar is upset or annoy much to someone and also show a great pain or anger with shouts and contortions.

  



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