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chick
American English: /tʃɪk/
British English: /tʃɪk/

Translation of chick in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (young chicken)
    pollito, (-ta) (masculine, feminine)
    polluelo, (-la) (masculine, feminine)
    1.2 (young bird)
    pichón, (-chona) (masculine, feminine)
    polluelo, (-la) (masculine, feminine)
    1.3 (young woman) [slang]
    chavala (feminine) (Spain) [colloquial]
    pebeta (feminine) (River Plate area) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • He used his role as a journalist to meet high school chicks, and the nation is outraged, simply outraged that a journalist would manipulate someone in that way.
    • You'll see lots of attractive chicks with nothing to do and no real job descriptions.
    • I'm never going to skate quite like they are, I'm never going to attract as many chicks.

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