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Translation of "coward" - English-Spanish dictionary

coward

noun /ˈkauəd/
a person who shows fear easily or is easily frightened cobarde, miedica, cagado I am such a coward – I hate going to the dentist. cowardly adjective cobarde a cowardly act. cowardice /-dis/ noun cobardía He was accused of cowardice. cowardliness noun cobardía Such cowardliness is hard to forgive.
Translations of “coward”
in Arabic جَبان…
in Korean 겁쟁이…
in Malaysian penakut…
in French poltron/-onne…
in Turkish korkak, tabansız, ödlek…
in Italian codardo, -a, vigliacco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膽小鬼,懦夫…
in Russian трус…
in Polish tchórz…
in Vietnamese người nhát gan…
in Portuguese covarde…
in Thai คนขี้ขลาด…
in German der Feigling…
in Catalan covard, -a…
in Japanese おく病者…
in Indonesian pengecut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胆小鬼,懦夫…
(Definition of coward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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