A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g.
la mujer bonita, la luna llena). Pido a los servicios técnicos que acudan para resolver ese … Ese is also the singular masculine form of the Spanish demonstrative pronoun meaning this, as well as a letter in the Spanish alphabet. Ese is recorded in English for a “fellow Hispanic man” in the 1960s.
ese is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as (in Spanish-speaking regions) used as a form of address for a man. What does ese mean? Or so the story goes. WORD … Ese is the Spanish name for letter S, which is how the gang members referred to each other. As a term of address , this term was popularized in Spanish-speaking regions of the United States. Eligió ese, el que está más cerca. Ese es el caso de los franceses y de los socialistas que fueron sus abanderados. WORD ORIGINS ; LANGUAGE QUESTIONS ; WORD LISTS; SPANISH; More. GRAMMAR A-Z ; SPELLING ; PUNCTUATION ; WRITING TIPS ; USAGE ; EXPLORE . So is the case with the French and the Socialists who were their cheerleaders. It became more a general term of address by the 1980s, though ese remains closely associated (and even stereotyped) with Chicano culture in the US. EXPLORE . DICTIONARY ; THESAURUS ; GRAMMAR . She chose that one, the nearest one.