supermacho

supermacho

(ˌsuːpəˈmætʃəʊ)
adj
extremely macho
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Our tale begins with SuperMACHO, a search for dark matter in the form of "massive compact halo objects"--dead stars, rogue planets, or who knows what--lurking in the outskirts of our galaxy.
Probablemente el supermacho, duro, incapaz de expresar sentimientos, temeroso de la homosexualidad implicita en el afecto que puede sentir por otros muchachos (independientemente de que no tenga ninguna connotacion sexual), agresivo en las relaciones que establece con las mujeres, a quienes considera inferiores o por lo menos interesadas en cosas superfluas, ellas son muy importantes en la vida familiar, pero no una igual.
Este es el acuerdo, pero lo que Andres no sabe es que Paascasio va a ser puesto en libertad de la celda por otra razon (la intervencion de Brai, el prisionero supermacho forzudo al que todos temen.
Brokeback Mountain, which opens in limited release on December 9, has a point of view somewhere between the supermacho tone of Pushing Hands and the gay frisson of The Wedding Banquet.
The most popular version, the supermacho, contains the works.
Bush never got what made Bullock more than just a supermacho pol--the old son of a bitch was on the side of the people.
If Alexander reconsidered his over-the-top, supermacho introduction more carefully, he might realize it's part of the problem.
Otras mujeres "compran" el mito del supermacho siempre en ascuas y acceden a tener relaciones sexuales sin desearlas verdaderamente, para no causarle algun dano terrible al novio que ya no aguanta la presion de la olla express que supuestamente trae entre las piernas.
The quest begins as "a good excuse for gallivanting," Jones writes, but it becomes the book's defining theme in an unexpected way as she finds herself struggling over gender roles with the supermacho Muggleton.
Its supermacho, military-trained characters border on caricatures, but the martial arts sequences should appeal to auds hungry for "Matrix"-style fights featuring characters kickboxing in midair.
8) The pilots' nicknames seemed to me transparently supermacho, and I couldn't say "Hi, Heater," with a straight face, but the pilots' use of them suggests not just a willful conformity of identity but a de facto recognition of their own interchangeability and perishability.