a rich people's tot...

qLa

Senior Member
Spanish - Peru
Hi, guys! I'm having some trouble with this sentence:

So she was driving a rich people's tot...

This is the context: There are these two guys talking about the car a girl was driving, and according to them, the vehicle is expensive and in fashion. So they finish their conversation with the sentence above.

My doubt here: what's a "tot"? does it mean "pequeño" here? I wrote the whole line, but still, do you think the word is incomplete?

Anything would help.
 
  • qLa

    Senior Member
    Spanish - Peru
    You won't believe how much you helped me with that suggestion. Thank you!!!:)
     

    diazpjn

    New Member
    spanish
    yo tarducira por: "es una pequeñez o una naderia de ricos". Tiene un sentido ironico a mi entender.
     
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