Answer You girl, you go (polite) --- Like, "It's your turn, girl", in a polite context. The use of the "ustedeo", as in this expression, is mainly found in South-American cou…ntries such as Colombia or Venezuela; thus everybody there is "usted / ustedes / tÃº", but most Spanish-speaking countries would use the forms tuteo / voseo: " Vas tÃº / vos, muchacha ", meaning: it's your turn. For a better translation, a context must be given. .
Comment It looks like someone tried to literally translate the English expression "You go, girl" in to Spanish. As Answer 1 notes, this is not the meaning that the Spanish carries. If you want to impart the meaning of "You go, girl" in Spanish, what you should say is, "Â¡Adelante, chica!" / "Â¡Pa'lante, chica!" (Forward, girl, substandard usage) or "Â¡EnsÃ©Ã±ales, chica!" (You show them, girl). It is worth noting that this expression is not native to Spanish-speaking countries. . ( Full Answer )