Translation of lad in Spanish:
- 1.1 (boy)when I was a ladnow look here, my ladcuando yo era pequeño or (especially Latin America) chicomire, jovencitoExample sentences1.2 (fellow)
(British English) [colloquial]the lads played very wellcome on, lads!los chicos or muchachos jugaron muy bienhe's one of the lads¡vamos, chicos or muchachos!he goes out with the lads on Fridayses muy buen compinche [colloquial]he's a bit of a ladlos viernes sale con los amigotes [colloquial]le gustan las faldasExample sentences
- The baby is just over two weeks old - handsome little lad.
- We still see Kenny, he stays at our house sometimes, so we still stay in touch - he's a great little lad.
- Poor lad, he hadn't a clue what to do next.
- Fans will be able to judge for themselves when the lads' debut album drops in the early summer of 2005.
- Best wishes to the lads with this major step in their music careers.
- Last week was a fantastic win but the lads would have been confident anyway.
- In order to fit in with the lads, he finds himself going out on a Friday night club crawl.
- That came out through an interview I did with Zoo magazine, which is kind of a lad's magazine.
- Now I'm one of the lads, happy to share a pint down the pub.
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