Definition of Tarapara
Way. Coming from the Hindi language.
Say what you want to say. In other words, express the minimum number of words to say something.
Town or town located in Meghalaya, India.
SYNONYMS FOR TARAPARA
- Speak synthetically
ANTONYMS FOR TARAPARA
- Speak at length
ORIGIN OF TARAPARA
First of all, Tarapara comes from the Hindi language. The translation into Spanish is “road” and indicates a path to travel and also the name of a town in an Indian country.
Tarapara, in the sense of summarizing a speech, comes from the mind of Daniel Sánchez Arévalo. This character is a film director who used this expression in the movie “seventeen”
CURIOSITIES OF TARAPARA
Tarapara is not a term accepted by the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language. However, if its use is extended, this could change in the future and become an official term of the Spanish language.
Daniel Sánchez expresses the following about the use of tarapara in his film “ Seventeen”: “I really like what tarapara means, because even after the grandmother who suffered a stroke and with only the ability to articulate a word; found a way to express everything you need and what you feel, everything you want or don’t want. In a world in which even having more words than we need, it is difficult for us to agree and have good communication”