No sweat, not a Spanish language quiz!
It is one of the many sayings you will be liable to come across when travelling across Spanish speaking countries.
Many sayings to learn, either funny or wise, or both. The one at the heading translates as between front and back, the meaning states the boundary to things you have acquired and now belong to you but to nobodies else.
Relax now, you do not need to know the pronunciation, even the meaning. You will find out both once you attend a Spanish school in Madrid, there you´ll be able to understand that “on the go” philosophy of all Spanish speaking countries. Put the Spanish language “entre pecho y espalda”, or the same: put it “under the belt”.
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