Spanish used in English
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A minor holiday that celebrates a Mexican victory over French forces in 1862. NOT Mexico's Independence Day (actually September 16).
It's actually a vulgar Spanish word for testicles, but has entered U.S. slang meaning chutzpah - a brave attitude.
Used to describe a major temperature fluctuation in the tropical Pacific Ocean
Used for cutting or as a weapon
Literally hand to hand. Original use was in bullfights where the matador and the bull confront each other.
Expression used to make a guest feel comfortable
Also a style of music and dancing
Normally taken after lunch.
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