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boy

noun /boi/
a male child
(petit) garçon
She has three girls and one boy.
(as part of another word) a male (often adult) who does a certain job
cow-boy, livreur de journaux
a cowboy a paperboy.
boyhood noun the time of being a boy
enfance (d’un garçon)
a happy boyhood (also adjective) boyhood memories.
boyfriend noun a girl’s favourite male friend.
(petit) ami
Translations of “boy”
in Korean 소년…
in Arabic وَلَد, طِفْل…
in Italian bambino, figlio maschio, ragazzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 男孩, 小夥子, 男人,男子…
in Russian мальчик…
in Turkish erkek çocuk…
in Polish chłopiec…
in Spanish niño, chico…
in Portuguese menino, garoto, moço…
in German der Knabe, der…-junge…
in Catalan nen, noi…
in Japanese 男の子, 少年…
in Chinese (Simplified) 男孩, 小伙子, 男人,男子…
(Definition of boy from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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