Translation of lad in Spanish:
- 1 (boy)chaval (masculine) (Spain) [colloquial]pibe (masculine) (Río de la Plata) [colloquial]chavo (masculine) (Mexico) (Venezuela) [colloquial]chavalo (masculine) (Central America) (Mexico) [colloquial]cabro (masculine) (Chile) [colloquial]when I was a ladcuando yo era pequeñocuando yo era chico (esp Latin America)now look here, my ladmire, jovencitoExample sentences
- No amount of internal high-fiving or back-slapping will change that, lads.
- Stub that fact out and extinguish that opinion immediately, my lad!
- Tonight was the parent's meeting at the junior school which my lad will be attending for the first time in September.
- 2 (fellow) (British) [colloquial]cuate (masculine) (Mexico) [colloquial]gallo (masculine) (Chile) [colloquial]the lads played very welllos chicos or muchachos jugaron muy biencome on, lads!¡vamos, chicos or muchachos!he's one of the ladses muy buen compinche [colloquial]he goes out with the lads on Fridayslos viernes sale con los amigotes [colloquial]he's a bit of a ladle gustan las faldasExample sentences
- ‘I want to put as much pressure as possible on the lads in the first team,’ said Nelsen.
- The crowd is rapturous, whistling and shouting for more, and by the side door the lads are practically mobbed.
- Once we'd boarded the team coach the lads began calling their loved ones.
- Reggie is a bit of a lad.
- They know he is a bit of a lad, but they like a president who gets things done.
- Sutton's reputation as a bit of a lad who likes the rough and tumble ignores a few home truths.
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