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plucky
American English: /ˈpləki/
British English: /ˈplʌki/

Translation of plucky in Spanish:

adjective pluckier, pluckiest

  • (team)
    con garra [colloquial]
    (attempt)
    Example sentences
    • It represents Londoners as brave, plucky individuals determined to carry on with their lives come what may.
    • But not only has the plucky youngster fought her way back to fitness, she has also excelled herself in the world of sport.
    • But the plucky youngster has now made a full recovery and is looking forward to a happy Christmas with her family.

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