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SPANISH SLANG: Chaquetero/a

(A turncoat)

ChaqueteroSignificado

Una persona que cambia de opinión constantemente demostrando que no es leal a las personas que comparten la opinión original.

(A person who changes from one opinion to an opposite one in a way which shows they are not loyal to people who share the original opinion.)

 

 

Ejemplo

- Mi hermano es un chaquetero. Cambia de opinión cada dos por tres.

- (My brother is a turncoat. He changes his mind willy-nilly.)

For more idiomatic expressions go to Spanish Slang.

 

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