Definición de goon en inglés:

goon

Saltos de línea: goon
Pronunciación: /ɡuːn
 
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sustantivo

informal
1A silly, foolish, or eccentric person.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I enjoyed these comparisons, and chuckled heartily at the thought of all the pasty faced goons queuing for minging breakfast rolls along the M50.
  • A CD disc changer has replaced the DJ tonight and the local musicians who made up a large part of the clientele have been replaced by college goons slurping up their student loans.
  • We got her all established, then sat around for at least forty-five minutes like the goons we are, grinning and commenting on her every action.
2chiefly North American A bully or thug, especially a member of an armed or security force.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A network built upon trust and cooperation comes crashing down when thugs and goons roll through the neighborhood.
  • Mobbed wherever she goes and forced to travel everywhere with a squad of security goons, on one occasion the California Highway Patrol had to close an entire section of freeway to let her car escape pursuing fans.
  • When we mouth off or botch it, they see us as the Dalton Boys, bullying goons who never learn.
3British A guard in a German prisoner-of-war camp during the Second World War.

Origen

mid 19th century: perhaps from dialect gooney 'booby'; influenced by the subhuman cartoon character 'Alice the Goon', created by E. C. Segar (1894–1938), American cartoonist.

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