When you go abroad on holiday, it is useful to have some basic knowledge of the local language. For example if you want to greet people in a friendly manner, to thank them or simply to show interest in their culture – it will always be appreciated. In Curacao people speak Dutch and Papiamentu (or Papiamento) and there is one word you see and hear everywhere: dushi. It has many different meanings and there is no literal translation for it, but one thing is clear: it is always positive. It is most definitely not to be confused with douchey, which is the exact opposite. To help you better understand this typical Antillean word, we have made a short list of five different ways the word dushi is used.