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kid1 US English

A child or young person

kid2 US English

Deceive (someone) in a playful or teasing way

kid3 US English

A small wooden tub, especially a sailor’s mess tub for grog or rations

kids' stuff US English

A thing regarded as childishly simple or naive

kids' stuff in kid1 US English

A thing regarded as childishly simple or naive

whiz kid US English

A young person who is outstandingly skillful or successful at something

kid brother US English

A younger brother

kid gloves US English

Gloves made of fine kid leather

kid sister US English

A younger sister

boomerang kid US English

A young adult who goes back to live with a parent after a period of independence

Billy the Kid US English

see Bonney, William H.

kidvid US English

Children’s television or video entertainment

the new kid on the block in block US English

A newcomer to a particular place or sphere of activity, typically someone who has yet to prove themselves

the new kid on the block US English

A newcomer to a particular place or sphere of activity, typically someone who has yet to prove themselves

handle someone or something with kid gloves in kid gloves US English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully

snot-nosed US English

Childish and inexperienced (used as a general term of abuse)

kid-glove in kid gloves US English

Used in reference to careful and delicate treatment of a person or situation

schoolkid US English

A schoolchild

latchkey child US English

A child who is at home without adult supervision for some part of the day, especially after school until a parent returns from work

latchkey kid in latchkey child US English

A child who is at home without adult supervision for some part of the day, especially after school until a parent returns from work

Mays, Willie US English

(1931-), US baseball player; known as the Say Hey Kid; full name Willie Howard Mays, Jr. A center fielder, he played for the New York (later San Francisco) Giants 1951–52, 1954–71 and the New York Mets 1971–72. Baseball Hall of Fame (1979)

handle someone or something with kid gloves US English

Deal with someone or something very carefully or tactfully

Bonney, William H. US English

(1859–81), US outlaw; born Henry McCarty; known as Billy the Kid. A notorious robber and murderer, he was captured by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1880 and was shot by Garrett after he had escaped from jail

Say Hey Kid in Mays, Willie US English

(1931-), US baseball player; known as the Say Hey Kid; full name Willie Howard Mays, Jr. A center fielder, he played for the New York (later San Francisco) Giants 1951–52, 1954–71 and the New York Mets 1971–72. Baseball Hall of Fame (1979)

Billy the Kid in Bonney, William H. US English

(1859–81), US outlaw; born Henry McCarty; known as Billy the Kid. A notorious robber and murderer, he was captured by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1880 and was shot by Garrett after he had escaped from jail

kid1 US Thesaurus

they have three kids

kid2 US Thesaurus

I'm not kidding

kid English-Spanish

niño,, chaval,, chavalo,, escuincle,, pibe,, cabro,, botija mfUrfamiliar/colloquial

whiz kid English-Spanish

lince mfamiliar/colloquial, prodigio m

whizz kid in whiz kid English-Spanish

lince mfamiliar/colloquial, prodigio m

to kid sb (about sth) English-Spanish

tomarle el pelo a algn (con algo)

my kid brother in kid English-Spanish

mi hermano menor, chico

don't kid yourself! in kid English-Spanish

¡no te hagas ilusiones!

to be kid okid's stuff in kid English-Spanish

estar* tirado, ser* un juego de niños

she's just a scrap of a kid in scrap English-Spanish

es un renacuajo, es un escuincle

to handle o treat sb with kid gloves in glove English-Spanish

tratar a algn con guantes de seda

if I catch that kid I'll murder him! in murder English-Spanish

¡como agarre a ese chico, lo mato!

you can't kid me it was just an oversight in kid English-Spanish

a mí no me vas a hacer creer que se te pasó por alto