Definición de bruiser en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /ˈbruːzə/


informal, derogatory
1A person who is tough and aggressive and enjoys a fight or argument: thick-necked bruisers in shell suits his reputation as a political bruiser
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His opponent, meanwhile, is one of the most bruising of political bruisers.
  • He has been swiftly replaced by a bearded cabinet minister, renowned as a no-nonsense, hardline political bruiser with the sort of right-wing policies you never dreamed you'd see from the Labour Party.
  • He was a lord of language and the most feared political bruiser of his time.
1.1A professional boxer: a decent, gentle bruiser who almost knocked out one the greatest heavyweights of all time
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Newbridge bruiser won the British super-middleweight title in his 14th professional fight and made nine defences before challenging the battle-hardened Eubank for the WBO crown.
  • In round five and six, Mesi's reputed power shook Jirov but he hung tough to counter with stinging combinations on the Buffalo bruiser, who does not have racehorse speed.
  • When street sweeping and a boxing match against a bruiser twice his size fail to raise the necessary funds, the Tramp turns to his millionaire friend for help.

Palabras que riman con bruiser

abuser, accuser, boozer, chooser, cruiser, diffuser, infuser, lollapalooza, loser, Marcuse, medusa, mezuzah, misuser, peruser, refuser, snoozer, Sousa, user, yakuza

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Saltos de línea: bruis¦er

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