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HI Mbog, welcome to the forum

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Now for slang you have to offer us the exact place

In Spain (Julian, I never heard her words:bug

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los grises (the uniform )

La pasma

un madero

guripas,

bofia,

In Argentina:

Yuta (both the Police and also individual policemen)

Rati (policeman)

Gorra (policeman, additionally other authority figures such as a boss)

Cobani (policeman - only provided by very, an extremely marginal speakers, such together inmates)

In Uruguay:

cana, fem. Para la institución, masc. Para los individuos.

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milico, el personal.

botón, el an individual (por los botones brillantes del uniforme).n

"Mataperros";many, plenty of years ago police police officers on the beat were claimed to end stray dog on the spot,

Panamá:

Tombo/Tongo= Policia

En los Estados Unidos una de ras jergas es "popo"

En Bolivia

"paco"


updated FEB 12, 2013
posted by 00494d19
Nice collection, Heidita! "Tombo" and "Paco" are also used in Venezuela. - Gekkosan, ABR 26, 2010
Ha, ha, popo...that's American English street slang...guess it caught on in our hispanic communities, too. I observed it top top a authorize of an abandoned bar in a bad area near my own...it said, "No loitering. Popo will be called." - webdunce, DIC 7, 2011
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In Mexico City, traffic cops room Los Tamarindos (because of the color of their uniforms). Judicial police are Los Judis.


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Argentina: azul zorros vigilante yuta cana gorra bigote rati

Bolivia: paco cana

Brasil - Portunhol: os homi tira

Chile: pacos amigo en su camino paco rati

Colombia: sapo gendarme ley chupa los tombos, la tomba aguacate tomba tombo

Costa Rica: paco paca tombos la tomba la ley leyla tombo

Ecuador: paco chapa

El Salvador: chepa antimotin chonte tira cuilio cuilia chota la jura julia

Guatemala: tira chonte jura

Honduras: chepos zopilote chepo jura chepa chafa la poli la chonta la jura chepito chota quilio

Mexico: tira azules cuico poli chintos la chota puerco perro gendarme pituco chota tecolote juda la placa pitufo policarpio la tira migra

Nicaragua: pesca jura tombo

Panama: tongo

Paraguay: tahachi (tajashí) cana

Peru: raya tombo

Puerto Rico: jara los perros,agua

España: madero guindilla pasma pitufo come cocos guripa poli bofia la plas

Uruguay: milico cana

Venezuela: pacos tombo matuteCuba: mona fiana

From localspanish period com


updated FEB 12, 2013
posted by quirky
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La jura

La chota

Los tamarindos

I i do not know think of any more. There room more, yet I cant think that them.


updated FEB 12, 2013
posted through Rey_Mysterio
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En Argentina Azules

http://www.localismos.com/t/408/Azules.html


updated FEB 12, 2013
posted by localismos
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May sound as well simple, but I was reading a book by a Spanish writer that merely used words "poli" for policía. I assumed it was comparable to "cops".


updated FEB 12, 2013
posted through 0074b507
I've certainly heard poli in Spain. - sinmeta, FEB 2, 2013
In Spain that's what they call them. - JoyceM, FEB 12, 2013
Definitely poli in Spain. - sinmeta, FEB 12, 2013
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Puerco (derogatory) slang indigenous Mexico.

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I have been referred to as this however never indigenous a indigenous Spanish speaker!

In England the hatchet Smurf is regularly used, color of the uniform!


updated FEB 12, 2013
posted by JoeCop
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An added term I"ve heard provided by Puerto Ricans and I didn"t an alert listened above, used to express to law enforcement in basic would it is in "la hada". Of food it"s no the many common and probably a an ext street term 보다 anything, but I"ve even seen it in a publication so it should be understood by a fixed of part sort.


updated FEB 12, 2013
posted by DJ_Huero