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Office slang: Top ten Spanish expressions

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Office slang: Top ten Spanish expressions
Are you enchufado (plugged in) at your workplace? Photo of rich man: Shutterstock
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With the summer holidays now over for most people in Spain, The Local has put together some of the most common and useful slang expressions used in Spanish workplaces to help ease the pain of the return to work.

If you work in Spain or are about to start a Spanish career, it’s important to know what your native colleagues are saying when you mingle around the coffee machine at 11am.

What’s all this talk of 'finiquito', and why does the word 'enchufado', or plugged in, get mentioned so often?

If you don’t want to feel left out of conversations in 'la ofi', and are ready to surprise your Spanish work buddies with your understanding of office politics in Spain, get reading!


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