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macho

adjective /ˈmætʃou/
(informal) behaving in a way that is traditionally considered to be typical of men, for example by being strong, brave, or aggressive and not showing your emotions
macho
a macho man.
Translations of “macho”
in Korean 남자다움을 강조하는…
in Arabic فَحْل…
in Portuguese machista, machão…
in Catalan mascle, viril…
in Japanese 男らしい, マッチョな…
in Italian macho, maschio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大男人氣的…
in Russian мужественный…
in Turkish (erkek) bıçkın, haşin, sert…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大男子气的…
in Polish macho, przesadnie męski…
(Definition of macho from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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