Definición de gypsy en inglés:


Silabificación: gyp·sy
Pronunciación: /ˈjipsē
(also gipsy)

sustantivo (plural gypsies)

  • 1 (usually Gypsy) A member of a traveling people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and traditionally live by seasonal work, itinerant trade, and fortune-telling. Gypsies are now found mostly in Europe, parts of North Africa, and North America, but are believed to have originated in South Asia.
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    • But then, with the growing interest in gypsies, and in fortune-telling, many gypsies stopped travelling to become showmen.
    • Many Romany gypsies and Irish travellers have since been unable to find suitable sites and have occupied land without planning permission.
    • The history of Romany gipsies and Irish travellers in Yorkshire is a long and turbulent one - and conflict with locals and the authorities is nothing new.
  • 1.1The language of the gypsies; Romany.
  • 2A nomadic or free-spirited person.
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    • Depending upon the circumstances, a gypsy may retain his nomadic habit of life even though he is not travelling for the time being.
    • It's why I have no difficulty with Carmen: even if I was not free, I understood her because I have a gypsy, nomadic side.
    • He felt a certain sense of dread slowly creep over him as he watched her move to sit with another group of the nomadic gypsies.


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  • (Of a business or business person) nonunion or unlicensed: gypsy trucking firms



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  • He blew a gypsyish tangle of dark hair from his eyes and picked up his fag from where it was perched.
  • From his gypsyish complexion, the boy was thought to be Welsh.
  • What results is a continent of gypsyish blues, punctuated by eclectic folk influences.


mid 16th century: originally gipcyan, short for Egyptian (because Gypsies were popularly supposed to have come from Egypt).

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