laddish

laddish

(ˈlædɪʃ)
adj
informal usually derogatory characteristic of male adolescents or young men, esp by being rowdy, macho, or immature: laddish behaviour.
ˈladdishˌness n
Translations

laddish

[ˈlædɪʃ] ADJ (Brit) → macho adj inv

laddish

adj (Brit inf) → machohaft (inf)
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There are echoes also of laddish movies such as Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels and Trainspotting.
A football-loving laddish type surrounded by other football-loving laddish types, he admits he initially struggled to accept his son Owen coming out as gay.
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All the girls mentioned there is a heavier "laddish" culture among sports teams and large social events.
Police, council and university authorities in Wales' capital have pledged to crackdown on laddish behaviour in the wake of three alleged sex assaults during the start of the university year, which have raised concerns for student safety.
This show was filmed during his 2014 tour, his first in seven years, and finds that while he may have grown up a bit since the laddish days of Fantasy Football, he's still capable of brilliantly funny and occasionally filthy one-liners.
Indeed, poor behaviour among rugby fans is not a new phenomenon but has been tolerated as just "laddish" antics.
She's gone for a really laddish guy now instead and I just don't understand what she sees in him.
According to the Daily Mail, Orla Phelan, 31, told an employment tribunal that she was the only female in her team and that her life was made hell by two 'laddish' team members.
At first, they employ the newfound abilities for laddish amusement, but once Andrew's deep-seated rage takes control of his powers, it's only a matter of time before the darkness completely envelops him.
At first, they employ the new-found abilities for laddish amusement.