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“Neta is one of the most common slang words in Mexico. Its origin traces back to the Spanish word “neto,” meaning “net” or “clear.” Over time, “neto” evolved into “neta,” and it was adopted as a fundamental part of Mexican Spanish. Today, the word has different meanings, including truth, honesty, authenticity, coolness and sincerity. It serves as a linguistic tool for expressing agreement, affirmation, or emphasis, depending on the context.”

Paulian Gerez, Writer

Get ‘la neta’ with our guide to Mexican slang
Learn Mexican Spanish and express sincerity, good vibes or just strongly agree with our “neta” Spanish lesson.
Get ‘la neta’ with our guide to Mexican slang
Learn Mexican Spanish and express sincerity, good vibes or just strongly agree with our “neta” Spanish lesson.
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