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machoadjective

uk   /ˈmætʃ.əʊ/  us   /ˈmɑː.tʃoʊ/ informal mainly disapproving
behaving forcefully or showing no emotion in a way traditionally thought to be typical of a man: He's too macho to admit he was hurt when his girlfriend left him. I can't stand macho men.
Translations of “macho”
in Arabic فَحْل…
in Korean 남자다움을 강조하는…
in Malaysian macho…
in Turkish (erkek) bıçkın, haşin, sert…
in Italian macho, maschio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大男人氣的…
in Russian мужественный…
in Polish macho, przesadnie męski…
in Vietnamese đại trượng phu…
in Spanish macho…
in Portuguese machista, machão…
in Thai ที่ทำตัวป็นลูกผู้ชาย…
in Catalan mascle, viril…
in Japanese 男らしい, マッチョな…
in Indonesian macho, maskulin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大男子气的…
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