huarisnaque


huarisnaque
1. látigo largo de cuero;

"el huaso Hermosilla con el huarisnaque le daba a las bestias y a los hijos también"

2. trago fuerte; trago de aguardiente;

"voy a servirles un huarisnaque pa' que entremos en confianza"

,

"tomémonos un huarisnaque después del trabajo"


Diccionario de chileno actual. 2013.

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