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lad

 (lăd)
n.
1. A boy or young man.
2. Informal A man of any age; a fellow.

[Middle English ladde, perhaps of Scandinavian origin.]
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lad

(læd)
n
1. a boy or young man
2. informal a familiar form of address for any male
3. a lively or dashing man or youth (esp in the phrase a bit of a lad)
4. a young man whose behaviour is characteristic of male adolescents, esp in being rowdy, macho, or immature
5. (Professions) Brit a boy or man who looks after horses
6. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) Brit a boy or man who looks after horses
[C13 ladde; perhaps of Scandinavian origin]
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lad

(læd)

n.
1. a boy or youth; young man.
2. chap; fellow (used as a familiar term of address).
[1250–1300; Middle English ladde, of obscure orig.; compare late Old English Ladda (nickname)]
lad′dish, adj.
lad′hood, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lad - a boy or manlad - 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"
2.lad - a male child (a familiar term of address to a boy)
boy, male child - a youthful male person; "the baby was a boy"; "she made the boy brush his teeth every night"; "most soldiers are only boys in uniform"
Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.

lad

noun boy, kid (informal), guy (informal), youth, fellow, youngster, chap (informal), juvenile, shaver (informal), nipper (informal), laddie (Scot.), stripling a lad of his age
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Translations
صَبي، فتىصَبِيُّ
chlapec
drengfyr
heppukaveri
momak
drengur, strákur
少年
젊은이
puisiszēns
fant
killepojkegossegrabb
เด็กหนุ่ม
chàng trai

lad

[læd] N (= young man, boy) → muchacho m, chico m, chaval m (Sp) , pibe m (S. Cone) , cabro m (Chile) , chavo m (Mex) ; (in stable etc) → mozo m
come on, lads!¡vamos, muchachos!
when I was a ladcuando yo era un muchacho, cuando yo era joven
he's only a ladno es más que un muchacho, es aún muy joven
you need some exercise, my ladtú, chico or muchacho, necesitas hacer algo de ejercicio
he's gone for a drink with the lads (Brit) → ha salido a tomar algo con los muchachos or (Sp) con sus amiguetes
he just wants to be one of the ladslo que quiere es que su círculo de amigos lo acepte
he's a bit of a lad (Brit) (fig) → es un gamberrete, está hecho una buena pieza
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lad

[ˈlæd] n
(= child) → garçon m
(= adult) → gars m
(British) (in stable)lad m
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lad

nJunge m; (in stable etc) → Bursche m; young ladjunger Mann; listen, ladhör mir mal zu, mein Junge!; when I was a ladals ich ein junger Bursche war; he’s only a lader ist (doch) noch jung, er ist (doch) noch ein Junge; a simple country ladein einfacher Bauernjunge, ein einfacher Junge vom Land; all together, lads, push!alle Mann anschieben!, alle zusammen, Jungs, anschieben!; he’s a bit of a lad (inf)er ist ein ziemlicher Draufgänger; he’s one of the lads (Brit inf) → er gehört dazu; he likes a night out with the lads (Brit inf) → er geht gern mal mit seinen Kumpels weg (inf)
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lad

[læd] nragazzo, giovanotto (Brit) (in stable) → mozzo or garzone m di stalla
when I was a lad → quand'ero ragazzo or giovane
come on, lads! → forza, or dai, ragazzi!
a drink with the lads → una bevuta con gli amici
he's a bit of a lad (fam) → è uno a cui piace far bisboccia
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

lad

(lӕd) noun
a boy or a youth. I knew him when he was a lad.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

lad

صَبِيُّ chlapec fyr Bursche παλληκάρι muchacho heppu gars momak ragazzo 少年 젊은이 jongen unggutt chłopak moço, rapaz парень kille เด็กหนุ่ม delikanlı chàng trai 少年
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