1 = boy, youngster, kiddy [kiddie], kid, young boy, lad, laddie.Ex. This is a story about a thirteen-year-old boy who lives in New York and is so often the victim of street bullies that he hides in the subway, where he manages to make a home for himself.Ex. If by being identified in the popular mind with a few gifted youngsters we compromise our ability to attract blue collar workers, for example, I think we'll have done ourselves irreparable harm.Ex. If they can do it for the kiddies, perhaps they can do it for the adults too.Ex. He said they try to arrange special visits to cultural institutions and attend concerts, and that the kids have an opportunity to speak with people connected with the event afterwards.Ex. 2 case histories are outlined -- the case of a woman who might be dead and that of a young boy and a potentially rabid dog.Ex. 'Aye,' said the farmer, 'you are right, lad'.Ex. This festival has its origins in the 19th century, when young laddies and lasses had very few places where they could meet, greet and flirt in a socially acceptable manner.----* chica bonita y tonta = bimbo.* chico de pueblo = small-town country boy.* chico lector = reading-boy.* chico o chica de trece años = thirteen-year-old.* chico travieso = naughty boy.* ser un buen chico = be a sport.
Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.