1. Hispanic word for a cheap sandal or flip-flops; also known as chancla. Often found under the bed.

2. Often used as disciplinary tool to correct lamentable behavior.

May be used as a adjective (chancletero/chancletera-one who wears cheap sandals/flip flops; also used as verb (chanclaso-severe beating with a chancleta/chancla)

1. "Yo, why are you wearing socks with chancletas?"

"Get my chancletas, I'm going out"

"Have you seen my chancleta, I seem to have misplaced it"

2. "You better clean that room before you get a chancleta in the face!"

3. "Why is your thigh red?

It got in the way of a chancleta."

4. "I hear that chancletero coming down the hall"

5. "I came home late last night and got the chanclaso of my life!"

Por Datchik 06 de octubre de 2008

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