noun, plural ma·chos.
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Origin of macho
OTHER WORDS FROM machoan·ti·ma·cho, adjectivesu·per·ma·cho, noun, plural su·per·ma·chos.un·ma·cho, adjective
Words nearby macho
Example sentences from the Web for macho
Duterte has declared himself a big fan of fellow macho strongman Putin and the two have met numerous times.
I’m into the philosophy, in other words, not the macho attitude.
Her response was a “very un-macho, uncool, and unexciting one,” according to Albertine.
It seemed that I, a staunch feminist, had found myself in the epicenter of macho culture.The Moms of Monster Jam Drive Trucks, Buck Macho Culture|Eliza Krigman|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Pratt is at once macho, charming, and droll; a Han Solo for the Facebook generation.The Next Han Solo: Chris Pratt on His Star-Making Turn in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’|Marlow Stern|July 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For a supposedly macho male, the two traits he likes best in women are a sense of humor and guts.The Stacks: Mr. Bad Taste and Trouble Himself: Robert Mitchum|Robert Ward|July 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And don't worry guys, having an alternate fantasy wouldn't make you less macho.
He then re-fastened his macho, adding for additional security a piece of whipcord, which he said rendered escape impossible.The Bible in Spain|George Borrow
Casiano haba disparado y errado el vquiro: hiri la hembra, y el macho, como sucede en estos casos, se enfureci y le atac.Heath's Modern Language Series: The Spanish American Reader|Ernesto Nelson
Following these the Governor asks for the masquerade of the macho-raton, or the mules.
They give the second title to the piece, El Macho raton, an appropriate translation of which I am at a loss to give.
Amigo Capn Algl Mor, ya estamos aviados de la yunta de botijas de vino, no habr un macho de la cofradia de la comunidad?
British Dictionary definitions for macho
noun plural machos
Word Origin for macho
Scientific definitions for macho
Cultural definitions for macho
The often exaggerated, aggressive virility of a male: “Jim likes to wear a torn T-shirt and a black leather jacket when he rides his motorcycle. I guess he thinks it makes him look macho.” The original Spanish word means “male.”