Translation of spunk in Spanish:

spunk

agallas, n.

Pronunciation /spəŋk//spʌŋk/

noun

  • 1informal

    (courage)
    agallas feminine informal
    • We will always remember Betty's vivacious personality and spunk.
    • The actors are young and full of spunk, and if you watch really carefully, you'll catch a cameo by Quentin Tarantino.
    • Don't let her age fool you as she has plenty of spunk and just loves to play.
    • By all accounts, Vivi was the belle of every youthful ball and admired for her courage and spunk.
    • She had spirit and spunk for sure, he thought, maybe after all she was old enough to be out on the road.
    • Apart from the adorable McLaine, the performances lack spunk and sparkle.
    • Diane is a likeable character with real spirit and spunk.
    • In elementary school, Mamie had the spunk and tenacity to become the first girl to integrate a local baseball league team.
    • Perhaps indicative of their spunk, all three women took on the mayor and opposed the redevelopment proposals for Union Station.
    • But John and I do agree on a lot of issues, and I like his spunk, I like his attitude.
    • The Boston terrier sustains it popularity because it continues to embody the endearing qualities of its bulldog ancestors and the spunk of its terrier kin.
    • You've got more spunk, more spirit than most people will ever have.
    • India whitewashed the West Indies in the three Test series, but the Windies showed some more spunk in the One Day Internationals.
    • Unlike the usual indie rock I have been listening to on the local scene these guys had a lot of spunk, talent and an original style.
    • Nancy had plenty of spunk, but not much of a sense of humour.
    • You have got to have a bit of spunk, as they call it, in the competition ring, and he's certainly got that.
    • A calmer, level-headed dog is just right for a small dairy herd (as long as he has the spunk or training to nip wayward cows).
    • Most are ready to turn around and bolt, should the women show even a little spunk.
    • Dunst is a rather reckless young rebel, a gal with spunk who drinks too much, hangs out with her naughty buddies and generally tests the authorities at her high school.
    • "That Sabrina sure has spunk, " he said, his admiration evident.
  • 2British vulgar slang

    (semen)
    leche feminine vulgar slang