Translation of lad in Spanish:


muchacho, n.

Pronunciation /lad//læd/


  • 1

    muchacho masculine
    chico masculine
    chaval masculine Spain informal
    pibe masculine River Plate informal
    chavo masculine Mexico Venezuela informal
    chavalo masculine Mexico Central America informal
    cabro masculine Chile informal
    when I was a lad cuando yo era pequeño
    • now look here, my lad mire, jovencito
    • Thomas plays Baz Wainwright, a troubled lad who has serious problems at home that spill over into school.
    • Gally's a lovely lad and he's the type of guy who's prepared to do anything you ask of him.
    • Years ago, before the house was a hotel, it was owned by the parents of Mickey, a lad Christy was at school with.
    • Tonight was the parent's meeting at the junior school which my lad will be attending for the first time in September.
    • While there might have been football and hurling there was very little for girls and for young lads who were not into physical sports.
    • The baby is just over two weeks old - handsome little lad.
    • It's where he woke up every morning as a young lad to the smells and noises from the brewery and the railway line.
    • Make up your excuses lads and lasses and make your way out on the double, because I am on my way there.
    • He was a nice friendly lad and a good worker and had many friends about town.
    • Stub that fact out and extinguish that opinion immediately, my lad!
    • We still see Kenny, he stays at our house sometimes, so we still stay in touch - he's a great little lad.
    • I've always kept in good shape and I'm still one of the fittest lads at the club.
    • A worried looking lad with a red face appears at the door dressed only with a towel around his waist.
    • A young lad of fourteen caught up with me and we walked to Bangor.
    • I think the lad has got genuine potential.
    • Will this be the season the local lad comes good?
    • What does the poor lad have to talk about?
    • Poor lad, he hadn't a clue what to do next.
    • Sorry lads but there's no trouble here in Bolton.
    • I have to say that Nathan isn't generally regarded as a bad lad.
    • There were two different groups of young Germans, three young men in one group and two lads and two girls in another.
    • No amount of internal high-fiving or back-slapping will change that, lads.
    • There were a few South Asian school age girls and some lads.
  • 2British informal

    chico masculine
    muchacho masculine
    cuate masculine Mexico informal
    gallo masculine Chile informal
    the lads played very well los chicos / muchachos jugaron muy bien
    • come on, lads! ¡vamos, chicos / muchachos!
    • he's one of the lads es muy buen compinche
    • he goes out with the lads on Fridays los viernes sale con los amigotes
    • he's a bit of a lad le gustan las faldas
    • The tour probably served the purpose of allowing lads and ladettes to say they had actually set foot in a real brewery.
    • Scarborough's players, we were given to understand, had been planning to bare their backsides in support of a new lads' mag.
    • ‘The Mersey lads are full of confidence and playing really well,’ added Greenwood.
    • Furthermore, I am not and have never been a lad.
    • A heavy social drinker is a good bloke, one of the lads.
    • Last week was a fantastic win but the lads would have been confident anyway.
    • In order to fit in with the lads, he finds himself going out on a Friday night club crawl.
    • Teachers warned it was too early to say that "lad culture" was dead just yet.
    • Once we'd boarded the team coach the lads began calling their loved ones.
    • The poor English lads look tired and are falling deeper and deeper, inviting trouble.
    • Best wishes to the lads with this major step in their music careers.
    • All the Australian lads are brilliant swimmers because they all live by the sea but, coming from Salford, I'm not really an expert!
    • Six of the lads forming the team are under 23 and if we can get two more the team could enter a competition in that age group.
    • Now I'm one of the lads, happy to share a pint down the pub.
    • Our lads can be proud of the way they played there today, we have the makings of a really good team.
    • It isn't paramilitaries but guys acting the lad till someone hits them a smack in the gob and that's all it is.
    • Fans will be able to judge for themselves when the lads' debut album drops in the early summer of 2005.
    • They know he is a bit of a lad, but they like a president who gets things done.
    • But in the first half especially our lads did ever so well.
    • ‘I want to put as much pressure as possible on the lads in the first team,’ said Nelsen.
    • ‘The lads did an extremely good job in containing the fire to the ground floor,’ said Mr Atkinson.
    • Sutton's reputation as a bit of a lad who likes the rough and tumble ignores a few home truths.
    • The crowd is rapturous, whistling and shouting for more, and by the side door the lads are practically mobbed.
    • Hooter is a bit of a lad with the gals; at least that's what Hooter thinks.
    • Together now for close on 38 years, the lads are still as popular as ever and you can bet your life that the venue will be well and truly packed.
    • That came out through an interview I did with Zoo magazine, which is kind of a lad's magazine.
    • Reggie is a bit of a lad.
    • A big thank you to all of the supporters who travelled to support the team, the lads really appreciated it.
    • But I thought the lads played very well.
    • ‘The Leeds lads will have been motivated by having Terry as their new manager,’ adds Pearce.
    • As is the way of all great bands, the lads went their separate ways over the years.
    • Lad culture has done nothing more than perpetuate petty hatred between the sexes.
    • ‘I thought my lads did very well and I was pleased with their effort,’ said Sinnott.
    • Some of the lads weren't even out the showers when the chairman came in and told us the administrators would be in the following day.
    • As I pass through the various dressing rooms a few minutes later, I can hear the younger Real Madrid lads teasing Beckham in Spanish.
    • We are not a noisy team, but it gives the lads a real buzz to hear the support.
    • I'm close to all the lads on the team, have been for six or seven years.
    • Now we really have got two good players for every position, which makes it difficult for the lads who aren't in the team.