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Thread: Helpful words and phrases when traveling to the Dominican Republic

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    No. Gracias. No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirimoya View Post
    It's yaniqueque. All the others are correct
    Maybe the guy at my local cart was trying to save a letter. Saw a sign here that read Car Wahs. Jhon for John sometimes. Across from my apt there's a house for sale, Ce Bende.

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    What's parrotfish again?

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    Papagallo, oh No papagayo, or better pez loro.
    Fried or steamed?

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    I thought it was something like "buto". We had it scored and deep fried last time. Def parrotfish.


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    Do you mean minuta perhaps? Small delicious fish.

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    At the beach you would ask for cotora....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulano2 View Post
    Moro.
    Locrio.
    Ha! Ha! I've never seen them spelled (as if that would help). Only pronounced.

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