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Spanish translation of “nickname”

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nickname

noun /ˈnikneim/
an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc
apodo
Wellington’s nickname was ’the Iron Duke’.
Translations of “nickname”
in Korean 별명…
in Arabic كُنْية, لَقَب…
in French surnom…
in Italian soprannome…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外號, 綽號, 諢名…
in Russian прозвище, кличка…
in Turkish lakap, takma ad…
in Polish przydomek, przezwisko…
in Portuguese apelido…
in German der Spitzname…
in Catalan sobrenom…
in Japanese あだ名…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外号, 绰号, 诨名…
(Definition of nickname from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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