A Dictionary for Sagres
Sagres is not the place to come and improve your English. English speakers come here and somehow leave speaking a really poor confused, international version of their own language. It’s a good place to come and learn small bits and phrases of other languages and also specific terms that don’t exist anywhere else in the world but are commonplace here. We’ve created a little guide for you so you can land on your feet.
“Me I go”
I’m off now, see you later
An exclamation point.
A way to signify extreme approval.
“Medronho you taste it”
Describing the local berry shot Medronho. It’s up for debate whether you’d actually like to taste it or not.
Portuguese word for f***. Can be used in the same context you’d use the English version of the word. It’s important to add unnecesary s’s onto the end of the word to really highlight a point.
"The beach is the best blanket"
A phrase coined by Matteo.
Yesssss with an intentionally incorrect spelling
Should be tranquilo which means nice and relaxed.
Should be parabens but pronounced incorrectly like Para Bens.
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