bloke, guy

bloke, guy
شَخْص \ bloke, guy: a man. beggar: fellow: He’s a lazy little beggar. chap, guy: man; boy; fellow. fellow: a man or boy: a friendly fellow. individual: a person (treated separately, not just as one of a group). person: (use people for the pl.; persons is formally correct in some cases, but it is safer to avoid it) a human being: enough food for one person; an important person. soul: (in certain phrases) a person: He’s a friendly old soul. There wasn’t a soul in sight.

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  • bloke — I Australian Slang 1. man; fellow; guy; 2. affectionate term used to refer to a male animal; 3. (obsolete) person in charge; the boss; 4. (obsolete) prostitute s pimp (formerly also spelt bloak ; from British working class slang, perhaps from… …   English dialects glossary

  • bloke — /bloʊk / (say blohk) Colloquial –noun 1. a man; fellow; guy: *I hate being seen as a good bloke; I am too angry to be a good bloke. –herald, 1988. 2. Australian History a man in authority; the boss: *I just merely ast for work … an I thought the… …  

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  • guy — I. /gaɪ / (say guy) Colloquial –noun 1. a fellow or man: guys and dolls. 2. a boyfriend. 3. (plural) people of either sex, regarded as members of a group: are you guys ready? –phrase 4. a great guy, a likeable, entertaining, and charming man.… …  

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  • guy — n A fellow. That guy s been in a lot of trouble, (bloke). 1920s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

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