How to say mona in Spanish?
What does “mona” mean?
1- It is called “mona in Spanish” to the person who imitates another one.
monkey (male) – mono
monkey (female) – mona
She is a “monkey”, she imitates her friend a lot . – Ella es una “mona”, imita mucho a su amiga.
She’s a “monkey”, she already copied my book – Es una “mona”, ya me copió el libro
2- It is also called “mona” to that individual who modifies her physique with gestures, for example when someone ingests alcoholic beverages
The alcoholic drink made her do “monerías”, she is a “mona” drunk – La bebida alcohólica la hizo hacer “monerías”, es una “mona” borracha
3- In the zoo, the female primate of the suborder of the apes is called “mona”.
The “monkey” had two little monkeys – La “mona” tuvo dos monitos
4- You can also say: I’m going to sleep the “mona” (Voy a dormir la “mona”), this phrase is used when, for example, you come from a party drunk and need to sleep deeply.
5- To characterize or describe someone in the form of ridicule, or that has been ridiculed.
What a shame, she was like a “mona” – Que pena, quedó como una “mona”
Marta is made a “mona” – Marta está hecha una “mona”
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