jeta

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jeta

  1. third-person singular past historic of jeter

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From Arabic jat, snout. Some senses are after angry and sleeping people usually looks having larger or more prominent lips.[script needed].

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jeta f (plural jetas)

  1. snout
  2. (Mexico, colloquial) sleep (act)
    Voy a echarme una jeta, = "I am going to attend for me a sleep", = "I am going to sleep"
  3. (Mexico, colloquial) anger face
    Cada vez que hablo de eso pones tu jeta, lit. = "everytime I talk about it you show your angry face"

jeta m, f (plural jetas)

  1. (familiar) face, mush, mug, scoundrel (impudent person)

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