How to use the word 'dale' as illustrated with a Cuban party platter
Dale, like so many words and expressions in Spanish, has a fluid definition that varies among countries and cultures. Pronounced "Dah-lay," it essentially means "give it" or "go ahead" in English. It can be a nod of encouragement or a forceful demand. It's also flirtatious, a warm coo of a sexual invitation. It has always been popular in Latino culture, but Pitbull has helped introduce it to a more mainstream audience.
(But the whole article is interesting)
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(from 1:45 onwards, described as "the quintessential [...] word/phrase", "the ultimate filler word", an "all-encompassing word", "basically, if you're having a conversation with a Cuban and you don't know what to respond, chances are 'dale' is an appropriate answer")