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cowgirl
American English: /ˈkaʊˌɡərl/
British English: /ˈkaʊɡɜːl/

Translation of cowgirl in Spanish:

noun

  • vaquera (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Cowboys and cowgirls dressed in lavish Western attire vied for attention and prizes.
    • The rodeo setting itself, centering upon cowboy and cowgirl stardom, is an important part of the Western popular tradition.
    • And while you're trying on Western Wear, it's fun to get your favorite cowgirl a nice cowboy hat;

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