What does Que Paso mean?

A Spanish slang phrase that means roughly "What's up?" or "How are things?"

Que Paso

Other definitions of Que Paso:

  • Spanish question meaning "What happened" that is more often used as a greeting, similar to "What's been up?"
  • Past tense of "¿Qué pasa?" which means "What's going on?". Translates to "What's happened?"

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How to use the term
Que Paso:

  • Hey. Que paso?

  • Good to see you, my friend. ¿Qué paso?

  • This room is a mess! Qué paso?


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