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adv.1.In an enclitic manner; by throwing the accent back.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It is true that this le seems omnipresent in Mexican Spanish, especially in vernacular varieties, and that it is most easily recognizable in imperatives, where it occurs enclitically. (2) A typical example is (2), from Carlos Santana's Supernatural album: right as the master guitarist begins to play his guitar, the lead vocalist says, (2) Echale mi Carlitos throw-IMP le-CL.DAT.3SG `Go on, play (do it)' (Mana-Santana, "Corazon espinado", Supernatural [09] 2:01, Arista Records 1999)