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laddish

  • 1 bravucón

    adj.
    bragging, boastful, swaggering, boasting.
    m.
    1 braggart, flashy type, brag, flashy harry.
    2 bully, rowdy, intimidator, browbeater.
    * * *
    1 bragging
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 braggart
    * * *
    bravucón, -ona
    1.
    2.
    SM / F braggart
    * * *
    I
    - cona adjetivo (fam) bragging (before n)
    II
    - cona masculino, femenino (fam & pey) braggart
    * * *
    = bully, laddish.
    Ex. In most stories about bullies the hero is nastily abused and then confronts the bully and soundly beats him at his own game.
    Ex. In Britain such attitudes are referred to as ' laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or 'yobettes'.
    * * *
    I
    - cona adjetivo (fam) bragging (before n)
    II
    - cona masculino, femenino (fam & pey) braggart
    * * *
    = bully, laddish.

    Ex: In most stories about bullies the hero is nastily abused and then confronts the bully and soundly beats him at his own game.

    Ex: In Britain such attitudes are referred to as ' laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or 'yobettes'.

    * * *
    ( fam); bragging ( before n)
    son todos muy bravucones pero ninguno se atrevió a hacerle frente they all talk big o they're all full of bluster but none of them was brave enough to face up to him
    masculine, feminine
    ( fam pey); braggart
    * * *

    bravucón
    ◊ - cona adjetivo (fam) bragging ( before n)

    bravucón,-ona m, f braggart: no es más que un bravucón, he is just a braggart

    ' bravucón' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bravucona
    - chulo
    - gallo
    - guapo
    English:
    tough
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    bravucón, -ona
    adj
    loudmouthed;
    es muy bravucón he's a real loudmouth, he's all talk;
    nm,f
    loudmouth
    * * *
    I adj boastful
    II m, bravucona f boaster, braggart
    * * *
    bravucón, - cona n, mpl - cones : bully

    Spanish-English dictionary > bravucón

  • 2 gamberra

    f.
    whore, street-walker, hooker, prostitute.
    * * *
    = ladette, yobette.
    Ex. In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as ' ladettes' or 'yobettes'.
    Ex. In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or ' yobettes'.
    * * *
    = ladette, yobette.

    Ex: In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as ' ladettes' or 'yobettes'.

    Ex: In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or ' yobettes'.

    * * *

    gamberro,-a
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino hooligan, familiar yob
    II adjetivo uncouth
    * * *
    m, gamberra f lout, troublemaker

    Spanish-English dictionary > gamberra

  • 3 gamberro

    m.
    1 troublemaker, hooligan, rowdy, hangdog.
    2 thug, violent uncouth person.
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    1 loutish, rowdy
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 vandal, hooligan, lout
    * * *
    gamberro, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) pey loutish, ill-bred
    2) (=bromista) joking, teasing
    2. SM / F
    1) pey hooligan, troublemaker
    2) (=bromista) joker
    * * *
    - rra masculino, femenino (Esp) ( grosero) lout; ( vándalo) hooligan
    * * *
    = vandal, thug, hooligan, yob, yobbo, lout, tearaway, lager lout, rowdy, laddish.
    Ex. Some Internet users have found their daily electronic mail swamped with large numbers of unwanted messages (spamming) caused by a type of computer vandal (hacker) called a mail bomber who places its victims on a large number of mailing lists.
    Ex. Poole was a notorious gang leader & street thug, murdered by enemies of similar background.
    Ex. The media have regularly stoked public feelings of shame by affirming that English football fans are synonymous with hooliganism, overlooking the fact that not all fans are ' hooligans'.
    Ex. Some politicians firmly believe that parents are to blame for yobs on our streets.
    Ex. It is not just yobbos and louts that are guilty of antisocial behaviour.
    Ex. It is not just yobbos and louts that are guilty of antisocial behaviour.
    Ex. He acused politicians of 'losing the plot' on crime as the 'thriving yob culture' of hooligans and tearaways terrorise the streets.
    Ex. It is routine for people to complain about the 'hordes of lager louts' who turn city centres into 'no-go areas'.
    Ex. He was assaulted by a gang of white rowdies who beat him over the head with pistols bruising him severely and laming him.
    Ex. In Britain such attitudes are referred to as ' laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or 'yobettes'.
    * * *
    - rra masculino, femenino (Esp) ( grosero) lout; ( vándalo) hooligan
    * * *
    = vandal, thug, hooligan, yob, yobbo, lout, tearaway, lager lout, rowdy, laddish.

    Ex: Some Internet users have found their daily electronic mail swamped with large numbers of unwanted messages (spamming) caused by a type of computer vandal (hacker) called a mail bomber who places its victims on a large number of mailing lists.

    Ex: Poole was a notorious gang leader & street thug, murdered by enemies of similar background.
    Ex: The media have regularly stoked public feelings of shame by affirming that English football fans are synonymous with hooliganism, overlooking the fact that not all fans are ' hooligans'.
    Ex: Some politicians firmly believe that parents are to blame for yobs on our streets.
    Ex: It is not just yobbos and louts that are guilty of antisocial behaviour.
    Ex: It is not just yobbos and louts that are guilty of antisocial behaviour.
    Ex: He acused politicians of 'losing the plot' on crime as the 'thriving yob culture' of hooligans and tearaways terrorise the streets.
    Ex: It is routine for people to complain about the 'hordes of lager louts' who turn city centres into 'no-go areas'.
    Ex: He was assaulted by a gang of white rowdies who beat him over the head with pistols bruising him severely and laming him.
    Ex: In Britain such attitudes are referred to as ' laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or 'yobettes'.

    * * *
    ( Esp): era tan gamberro que lo tuve que echar he was such a troublemaker that I had to throw him out
    unos tíos gamberros estaban montando una bronca some louts o rowdies o hooligans were making trouble
    masculine, feminine
    ( Esp) (con énfasisen la falta de modales) lout, rowdy, troublemaker, yob ( BrE); (— en lo violento) thug, hooligan; (— en lo destructivo) vandal, hooligan
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    gamberro
    ◊ - rra sustantivo masculino, femenino (Esp) ( grosero) lout;


    ( vándalo) hooligan
    gamberro,-a
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino hooligan, familiar yob
    II adjetivo uncouth
    ' gamberro' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gamberra
    - vándalo
    English:
    hooligan
    - lout
    - punk
    - vandal
    - yob
    - yobbo
    - hoodlum
    * * *
    gamberro, -a Esp
    adj
    loutish;
    es muy gamberro he's a real lout o Br yob
    nm,f
    [persona] hooligan, lout, Br yob;
    hacer el gamberro to behave loutishly, to cause trouble
    * * *
    m, gamberra f lout, troublemaker
    * * *
    gamberro n hooligan / vandal

    Spanish-English dictionary > gamberro

  • 4 marimacho

    adj.
    unwomanly, not femenine, butch, tomboyish.
    f.
    mannish woman, tomboy, butch.
    m.
    * * *
    1 familiar (niña, joven) tomboy; (mujer) butch woman
    * * *
    masculino o femenino (fam & pey)
    a) ( niña) tomboy (colloq)
    b) ( mujer hombruna) butch woman (colloq)
    * * *
    = tomboy, ladette, yobette.
    Ex. Males who engage in more feminine activities may be considered 'sissies' and may often feel less accepted than females labeled as ' tomboys'.
    Ex. In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as ' ladettes' or 'yobettes'.
    Ex. In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or ' yobettes'.
    * * *
    masculino o femenino (fam & pey)
    a) ( niña) tomboy (colloq)
    b) ( mujer hombruna) butch woman (colloq)
    * * *
    = tomboy, ladette, yobette.

    Ex: Males who engage in more feminine activities may be considered 'sissies' and may often feel less accepted than females labeled as ' tomboys'.

    Ex: In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as ' ladettes' or 'yobettes'.
    Ex: In Britain such attitudes are referred to as 'laddish' and the holders of such views as 'laddettes' or ' yobettes'.

    * * *
    or
    1 ( fam) (niña) tomboy ( colloq)
    2 ( fam pey) (mujer hombruna) butch woman ( colloq)
    * * *

    marimacho m or f (fam & pey)
    a) ( niña) tomboy (colloq)


    ' marimacho' also found in these entries:
    English:
    butch
    * * *
    Fam
    1. [niña] tomboy
    2. [mujer] butch woman
    * * *
    m
    1 fam ( machota) butch woman
    2 pop ( lesbiana) dyke pop
    * * *
    1) : mannish woman
    2) : tomboy
    * * *
    marimacho n tomboy

    Spanish-English dictionary > marimacho

См. также в других словарях:

  • laddish — [[t]læ̱dɪʃ[/t]] ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe someone as laddish, you mean that they behave in a way that people think is typical of young men, for example by being rough and noisy, drinking a lot of alcohol, and having a bad attitude… …   English dictionary

  • laddish — UK [ˈlædɪʃ] / US adjective British informal typical of young men and the things that they enjoy doing the laddish culture of beer and football laddish humour Derived word: laddishness noun uncountable …   English dictionary

  • laddish — adjective Like a stereotypical jack the lad: boorish, reckless, inclined to binge drinking, etc. ...versions of a laddish or protest heterosexual masculinity …   Wiktionary

  • laddish — lad|dish [ˈlædıʃ] adj BrE a young man who is laddish likes spending time with other men, drinking alcohol and enjoying things like sport, sex, and music →↑lad …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • laddish — lad|dish [ lædıʃ ] adjective BRITISH INFORMAL typical of young men and the things they enjoy doing: laddish humor ╾ lad|dish|ness noun uncount …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • laddish —    mildly pornographic    To be one of the lads is to act in a gregarious if immature way in male company:     Copies of British tabloid newspapers, laddish men s magazines, a satellite television magazine and a pair of reading glasses lay strewn …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • laddish — lad ► NOUN informal 1) a boy or young man. 2) (lads) chiefly Brit. a group of men sharing recreational or working interests. 3) Brit. a boisterously macho or high spirited man. DERIVATIVES laddish adjective. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • laddish — adj British boisterous, uncouth and macho. The word, which appeared in the late 1970s, refers to the typical behaviour of adoles cent males in groups. It is inspired by male bonding expressions such as one of the lads and the Geordie battle cry… …   Contemporary slang

  • laddish — adj. (British Slang) macho, uncouth …   English contemporary dictionary

  • laddish — Adj. Of or like the characteristics of a young man or lad, often loud, macho, arrogant and sexist …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • laddish — lad·dish …   English syllables


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