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toy
American English: /tɔɪ/
British English: /tɔɪ/

Translation of toy in Spanish:

noun

  • people and cars looked like toys
    la gente y los coches parecían de juguete
    (British English) [colloquial] to throw one's toys out of the pram
    [colloquial]
    tener un arrebato

adjective

  • 1.1
    (car/gun)
    de juguete
    toy soldier
    soldadito (masculine) (de juguete)
    1.2 (miniature)
    (dog/poodle)

Phrasal verbs

toy with

verb + preposition + object
(pen/earring)
juguetear con
(possibility)
darle vueltas a
(person/affections)
I've been toying with the idea of …
he estado pensando en …
le he estado dando vueltas a la idea de …
she was toying with her food
estaba jugueteando con la comida

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