Thursday, 29 March 2012


Today's WOTD is: "maletero" = boot/ trunk

In Spanish, the noun "maletero" is a masculine noun of French origin, the meaning of which is boot/ trunk. The noun “maletero” is also used to refer to a luggage porter.

An example of the use of the word "maletero" is:
  • No cabe nada más en el maletero (there is no room for anything else in the car boot/ trunk).
  • Hoy en día no quedan maleteros en las estaciones ferrocarril (nowadays there aren't any porters left at railway stations). loves the word "maletero" in the YouTube clip: Maletero tubo escape-Nachy

For more on the word "maletero", visit: Maletero

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