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Words to Know
- Cruisy – Very relaxed and stress-free
- Stay tuned – Continue listening
- Meet up – Arrange to meet with your friends
- Carnaval – Traditional Brazilian festival
- Gringo – Name given to foreigner in Brazil
- Can/box of juice – Two different ways juice is served
- Tie up – Use an elastic strap to hold your hair
- Uptight – A person who is very formal and conservative
- Business mindset – To understand and think a lot about business
- Poop – defecate
- Designated driver – A friend who doesn’t drink and is responsible to drive
- Costume – Clothes used to change your identity, usually superheroes
- Hold back – To not do something you want to do
- Funky – Very cool and with rhythm
- Açaí – Brazilian fruit from the Amazon
- To get a joke – To understand the humor of a joke
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The difference between “other” and “another” by @viraav23.
Expressions related to partying!
- Let your hair down
- Party pooper
- To go all out
- Paint the town red
- Social Butterfly
Explanation of “that’s what she said.”
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