lad
[lad]
NOUN
lads (plural noun)
  1. informal
    a boy or young man (often as a form of address).
    "come in, lad, and shut the door"
    synonyms:
    boy · schoolboy · youth · youngster · juvenile · stripling · young fellow ·
  2. BRITISH
    a stable worker (regardless of age or sex).
    "it's great for the lads that the horse has won the National"
ORIGIN
Middle English: of unknown origin.
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How to use lad in a sentence?
there's a power of difference between farming now and when I was a lad.
the lad kept his cool and assuredly slipped the ball between the posts.
it's great for the lads that the horse has won the National.
Tony was a bit of a lad—always had an eye for the women.
a furious row ensued between the referee and our lads.
‘Thank ye, lad,’ the farmer said. ‘That's champion.’.
the doctor concluded that the lad was sinking fast.
she wouldn't let him go out with the lads any more.
the old nag the lad fetched smelled sweaty.
he seems a decent lad, and clever with it.
a shilpit wee lad who is used and abused.
the average lad likes a good night out.
the ploughman is a blithesome lad.
come in, lad, and shut the door.
a boy habited as a serving lad.
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How to say lad in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)الفتى, اللاعب, فتى
(ADJECTIVE)غلام
Bangla ছোকরা
Bosnian (Latin) momak
Bulgarian (NOUN)момък, момче, младеж
Cantonese (Traditional) 小伙子
Catalan (NOUN)noi
Chinese Simplified 小伙子
Chinese Traditional 小夥子
Croatian (NOUN)momče, momak, dečko, mladić, momku, momka
(ADJECTIVE)mladiću
Czech (NOUN)chlapec, mladík, hoch, kluk
(ADJECTIVE)hochu
Danish (NOUN)Lund, ludvigsen, dreng, Lorenzen, Linde, Lynge
(ADJECTIVE)drengen
Dutch (NOUN)jongen
Estonian (NOUN)poiss
Fijian gone
Filipino buhatin
Finnish (NOUN)poika
French (NOUN)garçon, dal, gamin
German (NOUN)Bursche, junge, Knaben, kop, Jüngling
Greek (NOUN)παλικάρι
Haitian Creole jennjan
Hebrew (NOUN)בחור, נערי
Hindi (ADJECTIVE)बालक
(NOUN)लाड
Hmong Daw menyuam tub
Hungarian (NOUN)fiú, legény, lelkes
Icelandic (NOUN)piltur, strákur
Indonesian (NOUN)pemuda
Italian (NOUN)ragazzo, lama, langella, laci, giovanotto
Japanese (NOUN)若者
(ADJECTIVE)ラッド
Kiswahili kijana
Korean (NOUN)신경쓸, 젊은이, 스폰지밥
Latvian (NOUN)zēn, zēns, puika
Lithuanian (NOUN)Lada, berniukas
Malagasy zazalahy
Norwegian Bokmål gutten
Persian (NOUN)دوام
Polish (ADJECTIVE)chłopak
(NOUN)chłopca
Portuguese (NOUN)rapaz, moço
Romanian (NOUN)leahu, flăcăul, László, levente, letitia, lena, laurentiu, leo, levi, băiat, lavinia, leon
Russian (NOUN)парень, лад, отрока, мальчик, юноша
(ADJECTIVE)парнишка
Samoan Tama
Serbian (Cyrillic) момце
Serbian (Latin) momce
Slovak (NOUN)chlapec
(ADJECTIVE)chlapče
Slovenian (NOUN)fant
Spanish (NOUN)muchacho, chaval, chico
Swedish (NOUN)Lindström, pojke
(ADJECTIVE)Gossen
Tahitian malua
Tamil வாலிபன்
Telugu అబ్బాయికి
Thai (NOUN)ลาด
Tongan tamasi'i
Turkish (NOUN)delikanlı, lüle, livaneli, Lord, love, Life, lincoln
Ukrainian (NOUN)лад, хлопець
Urdu لڑکا
Welsh (NOUN)bachgen
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