- Borrowed from Spanish jefe ("leader or boss") (Wiktionary)
“He was a total capitalist and despite his experience of exploitation and poverty had no moral dilemma whatsoever about exploiting the poor of Mexico and becoming quite the black "jefe," or the landlord of a slum housing estate.”
“This is a matter of respect to show the "jefe" that he is still jefe.”
“However, many bank tellers are not used to them and many times they have to ask their "jefe" (boss) for help.”
“Some addressed me as "jefe" (chief), suggesting the existence of mines in the vicinity.”
“They had a complete language of whistles by which they warned each other of an approaching "jefe," exchanged varied information, and even entered into discussion of the alleged characteristics of their superiors in their very presence without being understood by the uninitiated.”
“jefe" sat in the hoisthouse, writing out requisitions for candles, dynamite, and kindred supplies for the "jefecitos," or straw bosses, of the hundred or more peons still lined up before the shaft.”
“| Private Reply fer some reason what i said dint post here bubinski. the muni don't have nuthin ta do wit them transitos which is state "traffic" cops whose headquarters here is in riberas. ya got a beef-talk to the jefe there.”
“In Reply To fer some reason what i said dint post here bubinski. the muni don't have nuthin ta do wit them transitos which is state "traffic" cops whose headquarters here is in riberas. ya got a beef-talk to the jefe there. pedrito, usually the presidente municipal does have authority with transito. don pedro”
““Instead of shooting the messenger, government officials should take heart from the core message of the analysis: The fundamentals of the auto marketplace are improving faster than the current sales numbers suggest,” [Edmunds jefe Jeremy] Anwyl wrote.”
“And it wouldn't involve solely the ex-presidente but a majority of the municipio's regidores and the jefe of the Planning Division.”
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Despite seven years of classes and being half-Puerto Rican.
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