Translation of manly in Spanish:

manly

varonil, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmænli//ˈmanli/

adjective

  • 1

    (pursuits/physique) varonil
    (physique/pursuits) masculino
    (physique/pursuits) viril
    • Thell Torrence's name may not be familiar to the average fight fan but he, along with a couple of others, is the premier teacher of the manly art in the USA.
    • In fact, the female population would say that he had to be one of the strongest and most manly guys at Westmoore.
    • But Chow has a strong, manly voice, and now that he's been given some English lines the audience can hear and appreciate that strong manliness.
    • Pete, however, seemed to take exception to being deprived of a chance to demonstrate his manly courage and kept shouting ‘In the water, in the water!’
    • Instead, he had to be manly, dignified and strong for the rest of the players.
    • Both the women and the foreman defended this practice because they said the work was heavier and therefore it was more manly work and should pay more.
    • But his was a generation that also loved the outdoors, and the manly arts of hunting and fishing.
    • Our heroes are stalwart and manly.
    • I will, however, be getting a large fireplace that I'll be able to chuck things into from the comfort of the sofa, an activity at least as manly as snooker.
    • No matter that his wife was pregnant, those simply were not manly tasks and no true man would perform them under any circumstances.
    • One quality she especially likes to reward is thus held to be manly courage.
    • The name conjures images of manly men, displaying courage under extreme conditions, rejecting the artifice of language in favor of pure bodily experience.
    • He was taught religious texts, philosophy and history, and had training in the manly arts such as riding, swordsmanship and archery.
    • I simply cannot wait to get out there and really make the most of the sun's light, baking my skin to a crisp as I pursue manly outdoor activities.
    • ‘We love to show off our manly strength,’ Ashton said as both he and Kaylen flexed impressive biceps.
    • I imagined the onlookers lined up, hoping to catch a glimpse of my manly torso.
    • This artist's lens makes the subject look more manly than Hurrell's but certainly no less perfect.
    • Besides, the NFL is supposed to be manly sport for manly men.
    • True manhood involved having a strong manly character exemplified by self-control and self-restraint.
    • Boys thus engaged in simulated manly activities under the watchful maternal eye rather than in the traditional father/son apprenticeship role.
    • I'm not considering the one sport which portrays itself as the most manly sport on the face of the earth.
    • Informally, Pinchot had been working in a manly way for a long time by throwing himself into any outdoor activity that required great physical vigor.
    • It would, however, be totally inappropriate to speak in such terms of a male defendant who has been a distinguished exponent of a rugged, manly sport.
    • While fencing is usually thought of as a manly sport, the women of the University of Victoria fencing club have a much different perspective.
    • Most fathers try to instill a sense of the manly arts in their sons through athletics.
    • He was powerfully built, tall and brown, with straight black hair to his shoulders, radiating a manly beauty and inner strength that was unearthly in its intensity.
    • The exercise of skill, mechanical know-how and autonomy certainly provided working class men with an important avenue to display their manly qualities.
    • Many of your roles center on fairly macho characters - sort of grim, manly outsider types.
    • The storyline is linear - easy enough for a child to follow - and the themes are clear and basic, touting manly courage, endurance, and noble suffering.
    • Most revealing was his role in founding with Theodore Roosevelt the Boone and Crockett Club ‘to promote manly sport with the rifle.’
    • Well he is the strong and manly captain you know.
    • Not every man knows his way around a shooting piece, but firearms are a manly art.
    • Apparently, he was still obsessed with the desire to learn the art of manly self-defense and concluded jujitsu offered him the best hope.
    • By the antebellum decades, westward migration had become a symbol of manly courage and adventure.
    • Ian, take me in your strong manly arms.
    • Before she could even think, she was being lifted into the air by strong manly arms.
    • This is not an individual who is out there doing something strong or manly or anything of this type.
    • He was thought of as a playboy whose main interests were dating beautiful women and engaging in manly sports like polo and competitive shooting.
    • What is astounding about his voice is that it retains the robust, manly quality of a true bass, every note straight from the diaphragm, throughout his range.
    • Kelly Garrett practices various manly arts in California and Mexico.
  • 2

    (courageous)
    it's not very manly to run away like that no es de hombres / de valientes salir corriendo así