Traducción de sissy en Español:

sissy

mariquita, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsɪsi//ˈsɪsi/

nombre

coloquial, despectivo

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    mariquita masculino coloquial
    • Dr Tiplady, the local physician, once found me running home in tears, and told the the boys who were chasing me that I was just a big sissy.
    • If we're not macho thugs, we're ineffectual sissies.
    • Tom thought singing was for sissies and kept his distance, but was gradually eased in.
    • Weapons are for sissies who can't fight with bare hands.
    • I screamed like a sissy when I was trapped with all those spiders.
    • The only items on the menu would be chicken-fried steak and beer, and anyone who tried to order vegetables would be laughed at and called a sissy.
    • Don't be a sissy, go with him, his inner voice rebuked.
    • Balsamic vinegar isn't just for sissies and wimps.
    • No room for cissies in the Association, said they.
    • Luke grinned, and started singing, ‘Gerald is a sissy.’

adjetivo

coloquial, despectivo

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    mariquita coloquial
    • If you're looking for a place to drink ale and not sissy drinks, come here.
    • They go out dancing and drive around on sissy motorbikes and see who can grow their hair the longest.
    • It seems un-British, somehow, and we don't have cissy things like that.
    • He deemed it necessary to make statements that conveyed the basic message that saving bunnies was wimpy, sissy stuff.
    • Well, I love to hear the throaty growl of the diesel engines as they warn vans and sissy pick-ups to get out of the way.
    • Most kids are brought up to regard cricket as a sissy game, most kids never even get to play.