I hope it helped you 🙂
Dude In Spanish
Dude is slang, so the Spanish equivalents are slang words (but there are many different slang words in each Spanish speaking country).
Mexico and Central America: Vato, güey, carnal,
Venezuela and some other Caribbean countries: pana
Perú: Pata, causa
But, you know, almost in all Latin America, young people say “brother”, as a slang word.
And yes, the most correct translation is TIPO. But there is a difference. When you talk to a friend, you never say: Hola, TIPO (Hey, dude). You say, Hola, carnal; hola, pana; Hola causa.
Tipo is used just in a very impersonal phrase, like “That dude over there” (Ese tipo de allá”)
Is a slang word that depends on the country it has it’s indicative, but in general you can say “tipo” like “ese tipo” that dude” or that guy.
Hope this helps!
well dude id just slang for friend and stuff like that so another word for friend wich is slang in spanish is “VATO” (vah-toe)
How do you say “DUDE” in Spanish?
“Dude” is a slang term which has no direct translation. Say “senor.”
Well, They tend to have strong jawlines and their hair is nice.
“Whey”…to promounce it just say -WAY-…..very simple its a slang word 🙂
Or also vato