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Old 30th July 2009, 01:01 PM   #1
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Default "Estoy que peto" ???

En "ponerse las botas Notesinspanish 10" Ben dice que se ha oído la hermana de Marina dice despues de una comida esta frase "estoy que peto". Ben pensó que la significa "I'm so full that I'm going to fart" y le hace mucha gracia. Sin embargo el no exlicó lo que decir en ingles.

Could somebody explain to me what "estoy que peto" means in English please I think they said it came from de petar, but it is very colloquial.

(I'm pretty sure that my sentence construction is very very wrong )
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Old 30th July 2009, 01:08 PM   #2
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Estoy hasta arriba, estoy a reventar, estoy que exploto, estoy harto...


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En "ponerse las botas Notesinspanish 10" Ben dice que se ha oído la hermana de Marina dice despues de una comida esta frase "estoy que peto". Ben pensó que la significa "I'm so full that I'm going to fart" y le hace mucha gracia. Sin embargo el no exlicó lo que decir en ingles.

Could somebody explain to me what "estoy que peto" means in English please I think they said it came from de petar, but it is very colloquial.

(I'm pretty sure that my sentence construction is very very wrong )
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Old 30th July 2009, 01:11 PM   #3
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I think "Estoy que peto" means in english "I'm going to burst".

It's the verb "petar" that means explotar, reventar, estallar. And yes, it is very colloquial.

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