Translation of bossy in Spanish:

bossy

Pronunciation: /ˈbɑːsi; ˈbɒsi/

adj (bossier, bossiest)

  • [colloquial/familiar] mandón [familiar/colloquial], autoritario
    More example sentences
    • A thin, tall woman with a bossy face was giving orders to other girls as they took plates to the different tables.
    • Self-assertion and a desire for autonomy are important components of genuine citizenship, as is a distrust of bossy authority.
    • A person who knows how to take charge and organise others can also be bossy and dictatorial.

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