Translation of macho in Spanish:

macho

Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːtʃəʊ; ˈmætʃəʊ/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (male chauvinist) [behavior/attitude] machista
    More example sentences
    • Like a typical macho guy, he views his exile in Gayville not as a sign he might have some thinking to do, but as an educational experience that's made him a better lover to women.
    • He behaved differently around other men in general and found himself slipping into a much more aggressive and macho posture in everyday life.
    • The film also does an amiable job of revealing the ‘soul surfer’ culture behind these wave daredevils - even the overly macho dialogue seems natural in this context.
    1.2 (virile) [image] de macho she likes macho men le gustan los hombres muy machos or [colloquial/familiar] machotes

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