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Translation of "boss" - English-Spanish dictionary

boss

noun   /bɒs/
A2 someone who is responsible for employees and tells them what to do jefe, -a
verb   /bɒs/ ( also boss around)
to tell someone what they should do all the time mangonear She’s always bossing her little brother around.
(Definition of boss from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

boss

noun /bos/
the master or manager jefe the boss of the factory.
bossy adjective ( comparative bossier, superlative bossiest)
liking to order others about mandón She is a bossy woman who likes to be in control.
bossily adverb
autoritariamente He was bossily shouting commands at the chefs in the kitchen.
bossiness noun
autoritarismo Her bossiness made her a feared but unpopular child.
(Definition of boss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “boss”
in Korean 보스, 상사…
in Arabic مُدير…
in Malaysian ketua besar…
in French patron/-onne…
in Russian начальник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 經理, 老闆, 上司…
in Italian capo…
in Turkish patron, işveren…
in Polish szef/owa…
in Vietnamese ông chủ, thủ trưởng…
in Portuguese chefe…
in Thai เจ้านาย…
in German der Chef…
in Catalan cap…
in Japanese ボス, 上司…
in Chinese (Simplified) 经理, 老板, 上司…
in Indonesian majikan…
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