I've seen Americans say "Andale! Andale!" when they urge others to do something. However, what does "Andale" mean? Is it even an English word?
Answer from a Native speaker
"Andale" is a Spanish word used especially by people in Mexico to cheer or hurry people along. It means something similar to "come on!" It's not an English word, but as we know, American culture is also influenced by Mexico, so you may occasionally see non-Mexican people use this casual term as well. Ex: Andale, Andale! You can do it! Ex: Andale, Jack! You're in the lead now!
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