Traducción de golden boy en Español:

golden boy

niño mimado, n.


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    niño mimado masculino
    • Spain's two golden boys scored the key goals that helped their nation bury the demons of their World Cup past.
    • It was reminiscent of two years earlier when Andy Hornby, the golden boy who heads the group's retail banking division, was offered the job as Boots chief executive.
    • ‘I was always the young kid, the golden boy in South Africa who grew up winning,’ he has said.
    • He dispensed with three of the four members of his backline after the opening day defeat at the hands of Greece and has re-invigorated Rui Costa, one of the country's golden boys, by utilising him as substitute.
    • There have already been incidents which threaten to tarnish the corporate sponsors' affection for their new golden boy.
    • After all, with those looks and physique, there had to a place for the golden boy on the silver screen.
    • I'm the golden boy and nothing I do is wrong, yet my younger siblings are always in the dog house and being told to take a leaf out of my book.
    • The players laughed at the thought of their golden boy being found hungover in reception.
    • Particle physics was the world of the golden boys (girls were rare) from the late 1930s onwards.
    • The golden boy of Welsh rugby has clearly learned some lessons after getting into hot water with his candid book and has spoken on a subject that is totally and utterly uncontroversial.
    • The golden boy of British dance obviously adores his own mother, who naturally wanted only the best for him when he was growing up in Wimbledon.
    • We were golden boys in an era when things like rock-n-roll and television were in their infancy.
    • His poor performances in Euro 2004 have further damaged the reputation of the former golden boy of English football.
    • It may have something to do with the low-carbohydrate diet but the former golden boy of Scottish technology is more animated than he has been for years.
    • From being the golden boy of British tennis he was faced with the prospect of surgery and, possibly, the end of his career.
    • He was the golden boy, doing advertisements and endorsements, and we were full of high hopes.
    • As a player, Wright had been one of the post-war era's golden boys.
    • Finally, T on the Fringe ensures the music is pumped up all Festival long, with bold rambunctious offerings in the shape of slick rockers Muse and Scotland's own golden boys, Snow Patrol.
    • The football superstar is now failing to score with the city's shoppers - forcing some stores to discontinue stocks of the former golden boy's merchandise.
    • So where next for the once golden boy of South African rugby?