Traducción de girlfriend en Español:

girlfriend

novia, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɡəːlfrɛnd//ˈɡərlˌfrɛnd/

nombre

  • 1

    (of man)
    novia femenino
    • Two young bravos swear that their girlfriends love them with unshakable fidelity.
    • He was regarded as being happy in his career and had a steady girlfriend in Britain.
    • Has anybody ever told you it's bad form to talk about old girlfriends on a date?
    • I love showing my work to my girlfriend and my family and try to get them to walk past the cathedral.
    • Many have wives, partners and girlfriends, the last thing we wanted was to cause embarrassment to them.
    • He says he was aggressive to his family and to his girlfriend who terminated their relationship.
    • In past relationships my girlfriends used me for my money and to get publicity.
    • I had no girlfriends as a teenager, no friends at all really, because golf was my life.
    • When the two develop relationships with girlfriends, jealous tempers flare.
    • But then I find it hard to separate my love for my girlfriend from all the other kinds in my life.
    • Michael took drugs, but he had a good relationship with his girlfriend at the time.
    • Men with partners put photos of their wives or girlfriends on their desks.
    • He could not feel his legs and had to be helped up by his girlfriend and a male friend.
    • The subject of boyfriends and girlfriends was discussed and he said the girl said she goes with different boys.
    • I've probably had more boyfriends than girlfriends, but my relationships with women have lasted longer.
    • He told me he had dated many different girls and had lots of girlfriends.
    • Nick also told me Jake had a new girlfriend, whom he met while he was on some trip.
    • I'm lucky because I have had a few relationships but not as many girlfriends as you would probably think.
    • This is proved when he talks about Jess, his girlfriend, whom he met in a lift in Milan.
    • He says he thinks that he's falling in love with me and he wants me to be his girlfriend.
  • 2

    (of woman)
    amiga femenino EEUU
    (in lesbian couple) compañera femenino
    • I especially like the last two in the top row, the girlfriends and the yearning girl.
    • She was fairly tall, taller than her girlfriends, but not as tall as her guy friends.
    • She constantly had to be surrounded by her girlfriends, guy friends, and me… all the time.
    • The mother is a demure Thai lady with many girlfriends, all of whom seem to visit at the same time.
    • They go on a few dates and she brags to her girlfriends about the great guy she has met.
    • She was standing with her girlfriends talking about girl things and she said goodbye to them and got in River's truck.
    • I think it's high time you selected both your men friends and your girlfriends more carefully.
    • I asked my girlfriends to find me a date, and they rattled off a list of potential blokes.
    • Angela also has girlfriends and confidantes who advise her how to ensure that her loss of virginity is not discovered by her husband.