cowboy(
kau
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boy
)
noun
1. (occupation) 
Cowboys take care of cattle.Los vaqueros cuidan del ganado.
cowboy
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el vaquero (M) 
to play cowboys and Indiansjugar a indios y vaqueros
2. (fam pej) (United Kingdom) 
a. el jeta m, sinvergüenza (M) (careless or dishonest workman) 
a cowboy companyuna empresa de sinvergüenzas
cowboy [ˈkaʊbɔɪ]
noun
1 vaquero (m); gaucho (m); (Arg) (Cine) etc cowboy (m)
cowboys and Indians (game) indios (m) y americanos
2 (Britain) chorizoachoriza (m) (f);a choriza (Esp)
he's a real cowboy es un auténtico chorizo; the cowboys of the building trade los piratas de la construcción
modifier
cowboy boots (n) botas (f) camperas
cowboy hat (n) sombrero (m) de cowboy
cowboy
cowboy(
kow
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boy
)
masculine noun
1. (general) 
a. cowboy 
A mi abuelo le encantan esos westerns en los que salen un montón de cowboys y caballos.My grandfather loves those westerns with lots of cowboys and horses in them.
cowboy [kaoˈβoi]
cowboys (plural) cowboy
Phrases with "cowboy"
Here are the most popular phrases with "cowboy." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
cowboy hat
el sombrero de vaquero
cowboy boots
las botas de vaquero
Mexican cowboy
el charro
Examples
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