Traducción de girl en español:


niña, n.

Pronunciación /ɡərl/ /ɡəːl/

Ver definición en español de niña


  • 1

    • 1.1(baby, child)

      niña femenino
      nena femenino Río de la Plata
      don't cry, you're a big girl now no llores, ya eres (una niña) grande
      • stand up to him, you're a big girl now hazle frente, ya eres grandecita
      • girls' school colegio de niñas
      • don't ever do that again, my girl! no vuelvas a hacer eso ¿me oyes?
      • He and a female pedestrian comforted the girl at the roadside, and contacted the police.
      • Some thought that boys got the short end of the stick and that their female teachers favored girls.
      • The female group approached the girls and demanded their mobile phones.
      • The club hopes to have over 100 youngsters - both boys and girls - taking part.
      • Beforehand, it was mandatory for both boys and girls to attend school to primary-school level.
      • There will be major parts for nine small children - seven girls and two boys.
      • Girls are also outperforming boys in spelling and maths.
      • The week's activities are suitable for boys and girls of primary school age.
      • The preparatory school caters for girls and boys aged three to 11 after which pupils move up to the senior school.
      • The activity camp is open to boys and girls.
      • The little girl is a scene-stealer.
      • A young girl was sitting on a bench in a dark corner of the church.
      • The story concerns a 10-year-old girl who discovers a secret world.
      • Participation in athletics among girls and women is at an all-time high.
      • For girls between the ages of 9 and 18, experts recommend 1,300 mg of calcium per day as adequate intake.
      • A governess waits for a little girl to finish reciting the blessing before serving the meal.
      • Girls between the ages of 12 and 15 are especially interested in the computer-as-accessory idea.
      • She is just like every other little girl, but she happens to be incredibly resourceful as well as bilingual.
      • The project aims to get more girls interested in technology.

    • 1.2(young woman)

      chica femenino
      muchacha femenino
      an English girl una chica / muchacha inglesa
      • Local teenage girls walking their babies in strollers earned judgemental stares from the couple at a table next to me.
      • I really regret not going to university because I would have met more girls.
      • At this gig, guys and girls alike were giving it all they had.
      • The band is made up of two girls and two guys.
      • He needs to let his anger go after seeing the girl he likes in some other guy's arms.
      • Tom sees a beautiful girl and falls in love with her.
      • We had a scientist girl come in to design it.
      • I'd give anything to have that girl in my life.
      • I want to marry a girl I actually like!
      • As a student in the early 1960s, he was on a date with a girl who mentioned that the Peace Corps exams were being held the next day.

  • 2

    • 2.1(daughter)

      hija femenino
      niña femenino
      my eldest/youngest girl mi hija mayor/menor
      • I have two little girls tengo dos hijas / niñas pequeñas
      • the Jones girls las chicas / hijas de los Jones
      • She has five grandchildren, her daughter's two girls and her son's three boys.
      • They enjoyed a break away with their daughter Samantha and her twin girls Rebecca and Crystal.
      • I have a lot of issues about my ex girlfriend and my little girl.

    • 2.2 coloquial (girlfriend, sweetheart)

      novia femenino
      chica femenino
      • The worst moment was when I rang up one day to take out my daughter and my girl refused to let me see her, because of the mess that I was in.
      • Coachman Tom and his girl Nance were due to marry when she left him for another.
      • My girl had left me, my dog had run away and I had no money.
      • When I was in high school, she was my girl.
      • Harry had once stolen his girl.
      • I've got a girl back home.
      • This was where the guys took their girls to look at the sunset.

    • 2.3(friend, colleague)

      amiga femenino
      she's gone out with the girls ha salido con las amigas
      • the girls at the office las chicas de la oficina
      • girl talk conversaciones de mujeres
      • The story tells of peasant girl who falls in love with a nobleman, and the disastrous consequences of that love.
      • London was amazing, but I was still a country girl at heart.
      • At a dance, all the stuck-up rich girls refuse to dance with him.
      • A Bond girl has a special place in film history.
      • On the surface, this is a romantic comedy about a party girl who falls for a guy she meets at a night club.
      • The cover girl said she had a no-nonsense approach to her health regimen.
      • A lot of my friends are career girls.
      • Suzie flees to Paris and becomes a dancing girl.
      • Being a city girl, I was unused to seeing such short old buildings and dirty streets.
      • Gabrielle is a farm girl with a scholar's bent and an explorer's curiosity.
      • Later, she returned to New Orleans with her sisters in tow and worked as a shop girl.
      • She is the weather girl on Channel 12.
      • The checkout girl checks the change, and apologizes for her error.
      • The play opens with the factory girls sitting at their work stations busily checking stock.
      • She was a society girl before she became interested in public affairs.

    • 2.4(employee)

      chica femenino
      muchacha femenino
      checkout girl cajera