Literal translation: Didn’t you want mambo? There’s your mambo! Mambo is a popular Latin dance originating in Cuba. In the DR, the word indicates a playful, repetitive tempo within a merengue song used for spinning during dancing. 

Meaning: You got what you wanted. Now, stop complaining.

Significado: Conseguiste lo que querías. Ahora no te quejes.

Use: colloquial, urban

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