Definición de dude en inglés:


Saltos de línea: dude
Pronunciación: /d(j)uːd
informal , chiefly North American


1A man; a guy (often as a form of address): hey dude, what’s up? if some dude smacked me, I’d smack him back
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Hey dude, hold on, Pontius has something to say about April Fool's.
  • Hey dude, thought you said you wanted to talk about the future?
  • Hey dude, why'd you take your mouth off the exhaust pipe?
1.1A stylish and confident person: cool dudes
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Clutch dudes are totally cool and we're having a blast.
  • Then, I turned to the cool dudes on the right to see how they were reacting, and nearly fell off my berth - it was them.
  • Everybody knows the coolest dudes in the world have no money.
1.2 dated A dandy.


[no object] (dude up) Volver al principio  
Dress up elaborately: my brother was all duded up in silver and burgundy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He's 55 years old, the hair largely gray now, all duded up like a college professor, and he's backed by a huge American flag in this union hall in Ashland, Ohio.
  • Either way, it's an excuse to get all duded up, and hang out with a bunch of folks I know.
  • In one photograph he stands in his lambing camp, duded up in a white shirt, black vest, and tie.


late 19th century (denoting a dandy): probably from German dialect Dude 'fool'.



Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His need to hunt and gather has led him to amass more typically dudish things like Star Wars figures, useless and broken garage-sale finds, and, most recently, sounds of all kinds.

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