Mitsubishi Pajero – Double Meaning Word of the Week. Spanish Version

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Mitsubishi Pajero #8211; Meaning Word of the Week

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May 13, 2009 by The Travel Tart Australia

Pajero #8211; What It Means!

The Mitsubishi Pajero of the most famous four drive cars in the world.  even more famous Read on!

When I first learn any of a language, the initial words I become skilled at are the swear .   I know how to speak a bit of Spanish, as an easy language to learn, it#8217;s invaluable in Spain and America .  I highly recommend Spanish, as your experiences in speaking countries will be by knowing a few words #8211; the love it!

Anyway, one of the funniest Spanish is Pajero (pronounced ‘pa-he-ro’).  I first came across word, I noticed the spelling was to a popular four-wheel drive in Australia (and many English speaking countries) by Motors.  This car has even won a few Rallys.

Mitsubishi Pajero

Photos of the Mitsubishi Pajero are below.

The word Pajero in English is a word #8211; it doesn#8217;t anything.  It just sounds I still remember as a kid when the Pajero was first launched in the 1980s.

  The marketing campaign a stuntman thrashing this wheel drive across a landscape, but the commercial ended a family having good next to a campfire.

However, in Spanish directly translates to the derogatorily expressive ‘wanker’ those who don#8217;t know this word means, it out here on Wikipedia ).  If you still believe me, even Wikipedia about how the Mitsubishi Pajero is

I wondered at the potential consequences of an amusing translation, figuring the ‘Mitsubishi Wanker’ wouldn’t be a sales favourite.

I guess the was apt when coupled with the producing commercials Mitsubishi that would involve the of five brand new vehicles to complete just one unrealistic tailing manoeuvre.  However, the Pajero didn#8217;t make my of The Worst Drivers In The World .

In most Spanish speaking the Mitsubishi Pajero is rebadged as the (which is roughly translated as Warrior#8217;).  I guess they want to drive around in a

I love pointing out this to many English speakers who no idea that one word mean totally different in two languages.  I can imagine native speakers wetting themselves in the first time they lay on a Mitsubishi Pajero!

Oh well!

I just hope no-one from Mitsubishi me down for writing this Sorry if I spoilt any previous you had of the Mitsubishi Pajero !

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