Translation of doll in Spanish:


muñeca, n.

Pronunciation /dɑl/ /dɒl/

See Spanish definition of muñeca


  • 1

    (resembling female) muñeca feminine
    (resembling male) muñeco masculine
    dolls' clothes ropa de muñeca
    • dolls' hospital hospital de muñecas
    • As well, both the dolls and the human models are masked.
    • Baby dolls are the must-have for many little girls this Christmas.
    • Toy makers now have to compete with an explosion of video games, interactive dolls, action figures and gadgets that appear to come alive when hooked up to a television set.
    • Our models are dolls, teddy bears and vintage mannequins poised for draping by fashion designers who play and train here.
    • Matchbox cars, dolls, and action figures all offer the opportunity for your child to learn visual discrimination.
    • The kit consists of dolls, glove puppets and models, including a garage, designed to encourage interaction.
    • But he's no mere gatherer of porcelain dolls, ship-in-bottle models or hockey cards.
    • Their hair is cut so the boys look like porcupines and the girls like china dolls.
    • Research shows if a woman is given a baby or a doll to hold she is twice as likely to hold it on her left, rather than her right hand side.
    • And do the pictures still show girls playing with dolls, boys with cars?
    • There are toys for the girls: soft dolls and wicker houses.
    • But here we are talking about things like boys playing with dolls and girls playing with trucks.
    • A baby in not a doll, neither should it be treated as one.
    • My daughter would also have liked the children's room, full of dolls dressed in hand-embroidered baby gowns and Victorian toys.
    • Toys, including dolls and teddy bears, were stored in boxes and there were several trophies, some crayons and a child's cough medicine on the mantelpiece nearby.
    • The main categories of toys exported are soft toys, dolls, plastic toys, educational toys, electronic and mechanical toys and games and puzzles.
    • There are so many dolls and soft toys in need of names.
    • Girls dressed the dolls and put them in prams, beds or cradles which were often handed down from one generation to the next.
    • In the second session, children were exposed to art works such as art from waste, clay modelling, making Papier-mache dolls and pot painting.
    • For example, people dance, play musical instruments, act in plays, and play with dolls and model trains.
  • 2

    • 2.1

      (pretty little girl) muñeca feminine
      (attractive woman) muñeca feminine US

    • 2.2US informal (pleasant person)

      encanto masculine informal
      you're a real doll eres un verdadero encanto
      • Karen was, and is, a doll and her friends were great.
      • For seventeen years she had been nothing but a doll, following her father's orders.
      • Oh, and be a doll, and leave me a review.