Definición de randy en inglés:

randy

Saltos de línea: randy
Pronunciación: /ˈrandi
 
/

adjetivo (randier, randiest)

1 informal Sexually aroused or excited: as nervous as a randy adolescent on a hot date he was making her more and more randy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • On March 6 and 8 he portrays the randy Latin sailor in Jerome Robbins's Fancy Free.
  • But what really staggered me was the ability of these young actors to play with total conviction rapacious thugs and randy whores.
  • Edgware Road was the site of a large barracks; Waterloo Road the home of the Union Jack Club, a hotel for hundreds of randy young sailors on leave.
2Scottish archaic Having a rude, aggressive manner.

Origen

mid 17th century: perhaps from obsolete rand 'rant, rave', from obsolete Dutch randen 'to rant'.

Derivativos

randily

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • After her father's death, Hunt's sister Gina is delighted to discover she no longer has to play the good daughter and randily sets her sights on one of the men.

randiness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • One can see where his son's apparently limitless randiness emanates from.
  • I can report, however, that in the few days I've worn my new blue band, I've noticed a decided increase in randiness!
  • The two have an unforced chemistry together and capture that one-of-a-kind experience of falling in love: the giddiness, the silliness, the randiness, the fear, and the amazement.

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