chicos

chicos(
chee
-
kohs
)
A plural noun indicates that there is more than one person, place, thing, or idea.
plural noun
1.
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
(colloquial)
(people)
a. guys
Hola, chicas, ¿cómo están? ¿Vinieron sin sus novios?Hi, guys, how are you? Did you come without your boyfriends?
Bueno, chicos, yo ahora ya me despido de ustedes. - ¿Por qué te vas tan temprano?Well, guys, I'll say goodbye now. - Why are you leaving so early?
2. (people who are young)
a. young people
Me dan pena esos chicos que tienen que vivir con sus padres porque no encuentran trabajo.I feel sorry for those young people who have to live with their parents because they can't find a job.
b. kids
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
(colloquial)
Los chicos se van al cine, pero los mayores nos quedaremos en casa.The kids are going to the movies, but us grown-ups will stay at home.
c. youth
Los chicos de hoy en día son mucho más libres de lo que nosotros solíamos ser.Today's youth are a lot freer than we used to be.
d. youths
"A estos chicos parece que nada les importe", dijo mi abuelo."These youths don't seem to care about anything," said my grandfather.
e. youngsters
Había unos chicos fumando marihuana en el parque.There were some youngsters smoking marihuana in the park.
f. boys (masculine)
¿Vas a una escuela mixta? - No, solo hay chicos.Do you go to a coeducational school? - No, there are only boys.
g. girls (feminine)
Aquellas chicas de allí son mis amigas.Those girls over there are my friends.
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