Translation of bunny in Spanish:

bunny

Pronunciation: /ˈbʌni/

n (plural -nies)

  • 1
    ( also bunny rabbit)
    [colloquial/familiar] conejito (masculine) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • She looks like a Los Angeles beach bunny (regulation blond hair, blue eyes, big smile).
    • It was a Sunday afternoon, and Canadian beach bunnies had set up towels and umbrellas only inches apart, all along the strand.
    • You poor bunny-how's the conference going?
    More example sentences
    • Nevertheless, at this stage it is going down well with the bunnies, despite warnings such a move will make the health insurance industry less viable - and what is not spelled out directly yet, result in still higher premiums.
    • Coles would have appeared, or did someone think it was worth getting the bunnies at Coles Myer all panicked by introducing Newbridge into the equation?
    • And, of course no more bunnies like Fosters with assets to sell.
  • 2the Easter bunny el conejo de Pascua

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