There are 2 main translations of gal in Spanish

: gal1gal2

gal1

chica, n.

Pronunciation /ɡæl//ɡal/

noun

informal

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    chica feminine
    muchacha feminine
    guys and gals chicos y chicas
    • As a city gal who usually dates younger guys, she found that the high quotient of divorced fathers living quiet lives in the country or suburbs made connecting tough.
    • The gals sit at a designated table (in my case, designated by a number on my name badge), and the guys move from table to table, talking to each woman for a set amount of time - five minutes in this case.
    • Call me sentimental, but I'm going to miss the old gal.
    • But I did meet a couple of hot local gals (sisters at that!) and had fun trying to work one of the staff for a date, I would say it is worth a visit but would not make it my prime destination.
    • Curly-haired girls want straight hair; straight-haired gals want curly hair.
    • I was too much of a tomboy, the gal that all the guys loved.
    • What I need is something custom designed for a gal and her dogs.
    • Even more troubling, what does it mean that we find the very idea that feminism might have reached beyond the gals and dames to be so inconceivable?
    • Young guys and gals in sparkling evening wear added a dash of charm.
    • If Augusta did decide to admit women, which is fine by me, it's safe to say the guys would play with guys and gals with gals, like they do everywhere else.
    • If your sister is a bell-bottoms and crop-tops kind of a gal, try wearing dresses for a change.
    • I've emailed the gal but haven't seen a change on her site yet.
    • I remained close with the new gals until high school, when our communication slowly dissipated.
    • Why is it okay for dudes to flirt with all kinds of gals but when a gal does it they think we're hooches?
    • Pedal pushers and prom queens, floral corsages and full skirts, gingham checks and clinched waists - all were the essence of Fifties style, of a time when girls were gals and boys were teddies.
    • It's a tough problem - especially for gals - that doesn't get talked about much.
    • Usually, it's just me and the gals, and we do gossip and girl stuff.
    • Hot on the fast lane to stardom, the young guys and gals are wracking brains, boggling minds.
    • It was an endless procession of loin-cloth strapped lads and gals.
    • A lot of other guys, and gals from school are going to be there too.

There are 2 main translations of gal in Spanish

: gal1gal2

gal2

Pronunciation /ɡal//ɡæl/

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    gallon