Translation of manly in Spanish:
adjective/adjetivo (-lier, -liest)
- 1.1 [physique/pursuits] varonil, masculino, virilExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (courageous) it's not very manly to run away like that no es de hombres or de valientes salir corriendo así
- By the antebellum decades, westward migration had become a symbol of manly courage and adventure.
- The storyline is linear - easy enough for a child to follow - and the themes are clear and basic, touting manly courage, endurance, and noble suffering.
- He was powerfully built, tall and brown, with straight black hair to his shoulders, radiating a manly beauty and inner strength that was unearthly in its intensity.
- Boys thus engaged in simulated manly activities under the watchful maternal eye rather than in the traditional father/son apprenticeship role.
- Informally, Pinchot had been working in a manly way for a long time by throwing himself into any outdoor activity that required great physical vigor.
- Both the women and the foreman defended this practice because they said the work was heavier and therefore it was more manly work and should pay more.
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