blokey

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blokey

[ˈbləʊkɪ] ADJ (Brit) [man] → machote, tío; [manners, gestures] → hombruno

blokey

, blok(e)ish
adj (Brit inf) → kumpelhaft
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Evans, 50, said: "All I can do is a show that reflects my personality and I'm less blokey and blustery than he is.
A man cave filled with blokey things for doing repairs to the house or car maintenance.
And the brash, blokey publications were once hailed as a backlash against the political correctness of Tony Blair's New Britain.
And keeping up the blokey theme, the naughty Danny Dyer will be talking to Alan Carr about his book and his tasty life.
MOCK THE WEEK (BBC2, 10pm) THE blokey panel show is just one of many doing the rounds that pulls apart the week's news - with a comedy spin obviously to keep us all entertained.
With lots of blokey banter and basically sitting around having a laugh talking about sport, I don't think Corden will be ditching the show any time soon.
Her acerbic wit can provide a welcome change to the blokey, observational humour peddled by her male colleagues.
Quote: "I can go from blokey to girlie in 15 minutes and then I'm out the door.
You'd better believe it, these are some very blokey blokes.
THEY may have lost the dark intensity of old, replaced by a blokey rockabout playfulness, but Northern Ireland's finest can still barnstorm the sticky-floored Wulfrun.
My each-way money is on Mirsaale, so I look forward to seeing that top hat thrown into the air, but hope he remembers to take off the high heels and is wearing blokey shoes