Translation of "kid" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun uk /kɪd/ us /kɪd/

B1 informal a child

muchacho, -a
school kids

a young goat

verb uk /kɪd/ us /kɪd/

present participle kidding, past tense and past participle kidded to make a joke, or to trick someone with a joke

bromear, tomar el pelo a
You won first prize? You’re kidding!

(Translation of “kid” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


noun /kid/

a popular word for a child or teenager

niño, crío, chaval
They’ve got three kids now, two boys and a girl
More than a hundred kids went to the disco last night
(also adjective) his kid brother (= younger brother).

a young goat.

cabrito, chivo

the leather made from its skin

slippers made of kid
(also adjective) kid gloves.

(Translation of “kid” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)