@cesar85 that's why I added both. For example flequillo where I am from (PR) is used to describe either a feathercut hairstyle or a dangly piece of fabric that is used to adorn certain pieces of clothing. It's tricky when a word has regional variants
@wincho In that case I woukd have specified that variety. This is like in English, If i want to know a British word I will post on the UK English forum, expecting to be awnsered with a british word and not the american variety, and if provided, at least specified. If this person happens to come to Spain and talk abouy her Pollina, everybody would laugh at her. I don't know if you get what I mean (=_=)
@cesar85 well, I just wanted to tell her both just in case, people come to this forum mainly because it's the bigger one and also because not every region option is available for Spanish. Where I'm from we usually cute foreigners some slack when it comes to language.
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