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kid

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
cabritilla
slippers made of kid (also adjective) kid gloves.
(Definition of kid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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