There are 2 main translations of gal in Spanish:

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gal 1

American English: /ɡæl/
British English: /ɡal/

noun

  • [colloquial] guys and gals
    chicos y chicas
    Example sentences
    • Pedal pushers and prom queens, floral corsages and full skirts, gingham checks and clinched waists - all were the essence of Fifties style, of a time when girls were gals and boys were teddies.
    • Call me sentimental, but I'm going to miss the old gal.
    • If Augusta did decide to admit women, which is fine by me, it's safe to say the guys would play with guys and gals with gals, like they do everywhere else.

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gal 2
American English: /ɡæl/
British English: /ɡal/
  • gallon

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