Translation of gigolo in Spanish:


gigoló, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʒɪɡəloʊ//ˈ(d)ʒɪɡələʊ/

nounPlural gigolos

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    gigoló masculine
    • While in Singapore he became a gigolo - kept by an older woman with a voracious sexual appetite who showered him with gifts and set up house with him.
    • She understands the blunder a second later, horrified by the image of herself looking either like a hooker, or worse, a sex-deprived housewife looking for a gigolo.
    • The character decides to become a gigolo after discovering that it excites him when an older woman offers him money to have sex with her.
    • I was under the impression that a male gigolo was the only kind you could get, the female equivalent going by many and varied (and generally far more colourful) names.
    • She spent thousands a day on drugs, champagne, fancy clothes and hiring gigolos for sex - sometimes two at a time.