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  • The Spanish use the word tarado as they use the word 'loco' to describe someone who is a bit mad or crazy.

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  • Included among them was 'tarado', an adjective that, rather like Tevez, struggles to be understood in English ( 'boot-lickingmoron' appears to be the general idea).

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  • Certainly enough to know that a manager who selfishly, heartlessly ditches his club mid-season for a local rival claiming absurdly that he wanted to go to a 'bigger club' when, in fact, he just wanted to go to a bigger pay cheque is what Carlos Tevez would call a 'tarado'.

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  • In his interview, given in Spanish, Tevez described Neville as a 'tarado'.

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  • Disculpen la dureza, no es mi intención ofender a nadie, pero no existe peor sensación para mí que me traten como tarado en actos como ese.

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  • "I don't know what the hell that moron [tarado] is talking about me for," said Tevez.

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  • Coyle's a tarado in any languageCop that: Coyle, victim of another Morgan mauling

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  • And I wondered to myself: what's the tarado [moron] talking about me for when I never said anything about him, when there was never any [issue] with us.

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  • A little extreme for my taste, but maybe I'm just an old pinche viejo tarado and simply too 'uncool' to understand these types of pendejadas.

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  • "And I wondered to myself, 'What's the tarado [moron] talking about me for when I never said anything about him, when there was never any [issue] with us.

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