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Translation of "male" - English-Spanish dictionary

male

adjective   /meɪl/
B1 belonging to or relating to the sex that does not have babies masculino, macho a male colleague
→  Opposite female
noun   /meɪl/
a male person or animal varón, macho
(Definition of male from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

male

noun, adjective /meil/
(a person, animal etc ) of the sex having testes or an organ or organs performing a similar function; not (of) the sex which carries the young until birth etc macho, varón the male of the species the male rabbit.
(a plant) having flowers with stamens which can fertilize female flowers. macho
(Definition of male from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “male”
in Korean 수컷…
in Arabic ذَكَر…
in Malaysian lelaki, jantan…
in French mâle…
in Russian мужчина, самец…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雄性,男性…
in Italian maschio…
in Turkish (insan, hayvan) erkek…
in Polish mężczyzna, samiec…
in Vietnamese đàn ông, đực, trống…
in Portuguese macho, homem, varão…
in Thai ผู้ชาย, ซึ่งเป็นของผู้ชาย, เกสรตัวผู้…
in German männlich…
in Catalan home, mascle…
in Japanese 男, 雄…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雄性…
in Indonesian jantan…
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