el primo

el primo

slang Outstanding or excellent. Considering his young age and small stature, Billy really did an el primo job building the dog house for his new puppy. Whoa, those are some el primo sneakers—I love them!
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(el) primo

((ɛl) ˈprimo)
mod. [of something] top quality. (From Spanish for the first.) I want some more of that el primo C.
See also: el, primo
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"I've got through an El Primo bean-and-cheese phase, a Rosita's Al Pastor phase, and a Discada discada phase," he says.
El sistema de alianzas distingue entre consanguineos no-esposables (primos-hermanos) y consanguineos esposables (primos segundos), asi como afines--los primeros hijos de afines no-parientes disponibles en la cadena colateral y los mas cercanos genealogicamente--que se convierten en esposables (el primo del primo).
Es el primo incomodo en un retrato de familia nacional que Arroyo descubre con todo lujo de detalles, mientras elucida la complicidad entre sociedad, mercado y cultura que, cuando no lo destierra, disfraza al maquis de modo que, irreconocible, su presencia no incordie.
One man, known only as El Primo, described how owners used guns, hammers, electric shocks and anaesthetic to kill badly injured animals.
Another man, known as El Primo, described how owners used guns, hammers, electric shocks and anaesthetic to kill badlyinjured animals.
Pole y Cranmer fueron dos reformadores, que aplicaron sus ideas renovadoras dentro y fuera de la Iglesia catolica (a favor o en contra del primado, respectivamente, pues el primo de Enrique VIII escribio el tratado De unitate en 1536), aunque tal vez la accion mas efectiva fue la realizada por la santidad de Fisher, parece concluir el autor.