- 1 1.1 (man)tipo (masculine) [colloquial]he's a nice guy
tío (masculine) (Spain) [colloquial]
chavo (masculine) (Mexico) [colloquial]es un tipo simpático or (Spain) un tío majo or (Mexico) un chavo padre [colloquial]a helluva guy (American English)un tipo fantástico [colloquial]my/her guy (boyfriend)
un chavo padrísimo (Mexico) [colloquial]
un tío legal (Spain) [colloquial]mi/su novio
mi/su chavo (Mexico) [colloquial]
mi/su pololo (Chile)Example sentences1.2
also: guys plural(people)(American English)say hi to all the guys at work
- Sure this movie is three years old, but it feels like I haven't seen this guy for a half a millennium.
- I've never liked the guy.
- These pictures are supposed to make you want to hire this guy to do design work or printing for you.
gente (feminine)saluda a toda la gente del trabajodo you guys want breakfast?¿quieren or (Spain) queréis desayunar?Example sentences
- Moments later, he realized, those guys are not going to make it out of this.
- If you listen and you read his book about soft power, it is ridiculed by these guys.
- When will these guys realize that he has never fought a campaign where he has had to appeal to the middle?