Translation of coward in Spanish:

coward

cobarde, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkaʊəd//ˈkaʊ(ə)rd/

noun

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    cobarde feminine
    • ‘Our power is wielded by weaklings and cowards, and our honour is false in all its points’.
    • Yet I cannot believe that he is a moral coward by nature.
    • All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites.
    • To try to pretend he's not what he is: a poor, stinking, whimpering coward.
    • What about the possibility that we somehow have raised a generation of moral cowards?
    • Hamlet says, this is what makes cowards of us all.
    • Oh, and by the way, you're a gutless, treasonous coward.
    • You're one of those men who like to make cowards think you're tough and dangerous.
    • He resigns his commission and is branded a coward.
    • By demonstrating their courage, they have shown you for the cowards you are.
    • Anonymous sources generally are cowards, who often tell more than they know.
    • Were one half of mankind brave and one half cowards, the brave would be always beating the cowards.
    • They were barely able to drag themselves back to camp like the pathetic weaklings and cowards they are.
    • The great thing about academics is that they are typically spineless cowards who really do respond to sufficient pressure.
    • In the end this aids only those who are served by public uncertainty - the cowards and the ruthless.
    • And in the end, he himself was revealed to be a miserable coward.
    • Due to my not being enraged or scared of these cowards, there was no fear, and I believe they sensed that.
    • Better to die of frostbite in that group of young guns than be branded a coward.
    • I am nothing but a coward who is too afraid to cruise the sea.
    • But, when officers confronted Parker, he proved to be a craven coward who literally pulsed with guilt.