There are 2 main translations of chico in English:

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chico 1

also: feminine: chica

adjetivo

(especialmente América Latina)
Example sentences
  • Desde ya muchas gracias chicos y buena onda para todos!
  • También hay mucho pejerrey chico y mediano, que pica arriba.
  • El más chico es el único que juega al fútbol.

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There are 2 main translations of chico in English:

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chico 2
also: feminine: chica

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Había un chico que me gustaba y nos citamos en un parque.
  • A veces buscan chicos jóvenes para proyectos de profesores.
  • Enfrentados al descendiente de Frankestein, los chicos del Equipo Bond han de olvidar sus diferencias y actuar en equipo.

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