Translation of moll in Spanish:


chica, n.

Pronunciation /mɒl//mɑl/


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    (de un gángster) chica feminine
    • While chatting with Raymond, an old friend from jail, Manda sees a gangster's moll, the beautiful, blonde Marie waltzing reluctantly with Roland, the man she belongs to.
    • Collectively, they're as sinister as the Kray gang and their molls.
    • When gangsters murder a young boy's family, he falls under the unlikely protection of a tough, ageing ex-gangster's moll.
    • In Drexler's hothouse world of boxers, gangsters and abused molls, women have to fight back.
    • Her sister Christine is a gangster's moll, and Tommy, the right-hand-man to the boss, wants Michelle to be his lady.
    • My film situation is similar to his - gangster on the run with his moll.
    • This is beamed particularly at the over 25 age group and merrymakers should dress as the favourite infamous gangsters and molls from the movies.
    • He tells the story of a gangster's moll, treated in a casually proprietorial manner by her man, who exacts revenge by falling in love with her plumber.
    • He falls in with a gangster while at the same time falling for the gangster's moll.
    • Eastern motorcycle punks and their molls love to alter their appearance with bleach and henna and contact lenses of bizarre colouration.
    • The actress has a new movie coming out called Gloria, in which she is a leggy gangster's moll who suddenly has to take care of a sassy, streetwise kid.
    • These shot glasses are perfect for wannabe mobsters and molls who like to pretend they're boozing in a strip joint instead of a room and kitchen in Paisley.
    • Up is down and black is white in this world of mobsters and molls.
    • In his new incarnation he meets another version of his wife, Alice, this time as a gangster's moll.
    • This is no great film, but to treat it like some made-for-TV biopic of an unknown Midwestern gangster and his ditzy moll is itself a crime.
    • I guess when it comes to the crunch, I'm just not suited to being a gangster's moll…
    • Her role as a gangster's moll won a Hollywood bachelor's heart.
    • The Labour crew look like mafia hoods and molls - all grey hair, badly fitting dark suits and chin stubble.
    • This is the character who has been raised from the status of burglar's moll to sanctified heroine during the course of the novel.
    • He has cast one local politician as a member of the Mafia and another as his moll.