What does mono y mono mean?




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  • magic621a
    2 decades ago

    mano y mano: Spanish for hand to hand: It is used to denote a fight between two people without weapons; hand to hand combat.

    It is used in advertising sporting events to reflect a no-holds barred battle.

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Mono Y Mono

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    6 days ago

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  • SumoJoe
    2 decades ago

    Mono means one.

    Mano means hand.

    Mono Y Mono means one on one.

    Mano Y Mano means hand to hand.

  • Jennifer
    5 days ago

    Es un chavo realmente mono = Is a really charming guy usted tambien es un novio = You are a boyfriend too mono means monkey in spanish but it can be used to say that one person is sympathetic personally, i don’t see any sense of this sentence =S

  • love_2b_curious
    2 decades ago

    Mono y mono means one on one.

    Mano y mano means hand on hand.

  • *angel*
    2 decades ago

    One On One

  • darfy1
    2 decades ago

    Mano Mano

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    A Filipino martial art performed without weapons, Mano Mano is the empty-hand part of Kombatan.

    The word mano is the Spanish word for hand and refers to the empty (unarmed) hands of the fighter.

  • Richard Stapleton
    2 decades ago

    It is Spanish for “hand to hand.” ‘Y’ actually means ‘ and’ but means ‘to’ in this context. It is an adage or saying and does not add up word for word.

  • Anonymous
    2 decades ago

    yes, you’re right with your additional details, it is actually mano y mano, it means man to man, usually in reference to settling a dispute by fist-fight, or boxing match

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