good time woman

ekto

New Member
English-Canada
I was in Barcelona recently, and met two Spanish men and a girl in a bar who used a Spanish word to describe me. While I was unclear if they were being honest, they said this word meant that I was a fun, liberal woman who liked good times. I wasn't sure if it was negetive, though I was assured it was not. Does anyone know what this word might be? I greatly regret not asking them to write it down.
 
  • Dlyons

    Senior Member
    English - Ireland
    I was in Barcelona recently, and met two Spanish men and a girl in a bar who used a Spanish word to describe me. While I was unclear if they were being honest, they said this word meant that I was a fun, liberal woman who liked good times. I wasn't sure if it was negetive, though I was assured it was not. Does anyone know what this word might be? I greatly regret not asking them to write it down.
    You're not giving us much to go on! Can you remember even rougly what it sounded like?

    Una "chica alegre" ?
     

    scotu

    Senior Member
    Chicago English
    Welcome to the Forum.
    I doubt that the word they used translated into "good time woman/girl" as this often has the English connotation of a woman who is in search of fun, particularly featuring easy and good sex.

    I suspect that they were simply trying to say that you were fun, and they had a good time being with you. I leave it to un forero quien es un caballero galante to suggest some complementary words for such a woman.
     

    bopynicro

    Senior Member
    spanish
    And here, bopynicro, one more time is coming up with the best translation ever; 'una chica divertida'...

    wow!!!!!! this is incredible :)
     
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