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bloke

 (blōk)
n. Chiefly British Slang
A fellow; a man.

[Origin unknown.]

bloke

(bləʊk)
n
Brit and Austral an informal word for man
[C19: from Shelta]

bloke

(bloʊk)

n. Chiefly Brit.
man; fellow; guy.
[1850–55; orig. uncertain]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bloke - a boy or manbloke - a boy or man; "that chap is your host"; "there's a fellow at the door"; "he's a likable cuss"; "he's a good bloke"
male person, male - a person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
dog - informal term for a man; "you lucky dog"

bloke

noun (Informal) man, person, individual, customer (informal), character (informal), guy (informal), fellow, punter (informal), chap, boy, bod (informal) He is a really nice bloke.
Translations
chlápek
fyr
heppu
momak
녀석
kille
ผู้ชาย

bloke

[bləʊk] N (Brit) (= man) → tipo m, tío m (Sp) ; (= boyfriend) → amigo m

bloke

[ˈbləʊk] n (British)type m

bloke

n (Brit inf) → Kerl m (inf), → Typ m (inf)

bloke

[bləʊk] n (Brit) (fam) → tipo, tizio

bloke

رَجُل chlápek fyr Kerl τύπος tío, tipo heppu mec momak tizio 녀석 kerel fyr facet sujeito парень kille ผู้ชาย herif 小子
References in classic literature ?
Dat bloke was a dandy," said Pete, in conclusion, "but he hadn' oughta made no trouble.
One cannot blame the policeman on duty in Leicester Square for remarking to a cabman as she passed that he envied the bloke that that was going to meet.
Bill Dawlish was this fortunate bloke, but, from the look of him as he caught sight of her, one would have said that he did not appreciate his luck.
I'll take half an' they can divide the other half--you an' whoever the other bloke is.
There's a bloke here behind taking down every blessed word you're saying.
Indeed, Curtis loves his friend's food so much, he raves about it in the foreword of new book Cooking, Blokes + Artichokes.
I'd certainly agree that being a dog owner shows the opposite sex that you're good with handling waste products, which always seems to go down well with the blokes.
Another witness, Graham Wilders, told News Shopper: "I saw some blokes trying to resuscitate another man on the floor.
BLOKES something to think about before you fire up the Dyson.
What was also there to protect the bookies' takings of the hard-earned pennies of the local punters was a load of blokes hanging around the corners and doorways nearby.
These blokes get a million dollars a year and it's too much for him to bowl for Western Australia and back up for a Test match," he added.
uk found that blokes in Manchester blokes spent the most time blethering to their mothers - a whopping 58 per cent of their calls.