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Translation of "boy" - English-Spanish dictionary

boy

noun   /bɔɪ/
A1 a male child or young man niño, joven We’ve got three children – a boy and two girls.
(Definition of boy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

boy

noun /boi/
a male child niño She has three girls and one boy.
(as part of another word) a male (often adult) who does a certain job chico a cowboy a paperboy.
boyhood noun
the time of being a boy niñez, infancia a happy boyhood (also adjective) boyhood memories.
boy band noun
a pop group consisting of attractive young men who sing and dance, and who are especially popular with teenage girls Grupo Pop Compuesto por Chicos Adolescentes He used to be in a boy band before launching his solo career.
boyfriend noun
a man who you are having a romantic relationship with novio, amigo What do you think of Sophie’s new boyfriend?
(Definition of boy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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