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boy

noun [C]
 
 
/bɔɪ/
a male child or, more generally, a male of any age
男孩;小伙子;男人,男子
a teenage/adolescent boy
十几岁的男孩
As a young boy, my father used to walk three miles to school.
我爸爸小时候常常要走3英里路去上学。
You've been a very naughty boy!
你真是个调皮的男孩!
Their little boy (= Their young son) is very sick.
他们的小儿子病得很重。
All right, boys and girls, quiet down!
好了,孩子们,安静下来!
Children and babies
the boys [plural] a group of male friends
男性朋友们
He used to like spending Friday nights with the boys.
他以前周五晚上喜欢与哥们儿在一起。
Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
( also our boys) an approving way of speaking about your country's soldiers
(对本国士兵的昵称)子弟兵,士兵们
We must not forget our boys serving far from home.
我们不应该忘记那些远离家乡在外服役的子弟兵们。
Soldiers and people who fight in wars
one of the boys a typical male
典型的男人
He plays football, drinks a lot of beer and generally acts like one of the boys.
他踢足球,喝啤酒,总的说来是典型的男人作为。
Kinds of menMen and women
(Definition of boy noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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