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Definición de “lad” en inglés

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ladnoun [C]

uk   us   /læd/
a boy or young man: A group of young lads were standing outside the shop. He's a nice lad. The prime minister's a local lad (= he was born and lived in this area). lads and lasses (= boys and girls) [as form of address] Come on, lads, let's get this job finished!
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en árabe فَتى…
en coreano 젊은이…
in Malaysian budak…
en francés garçon…
en turco oğlan çocuğu, genç erkek…
en italiano giovane, ragazzo…
en chino (tradicionál) 男孩, 少年, 小夥子…
en ruso парень…
en polaco chłopak…
in Vietnamese chàng trai…
en español muchacho, chico, chaval…
en portugués rapaz…
in Thai เด็กหนุ่ม…
en alemán junger Kerl…
en catalán noi, xicot…
en japonés 若者…
in Indonesian pemuda…
en chino (simplificado) 男孩, 少年, 小伙子…
(Definition of lad from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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