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cojones (Spanish) (koˈxones) 


plural noun

  1. testicles
  2. manly courage

Example Sentences Including 'cojones'

Bush told Alastair Campbell that `your man has got cojones ", (a colloquial Spanish term for courage, The Washington Post explains).
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
Just as I was pondering the cojones question, there was a flapping to my left and Woah!
Boris Johnson LEND ME YOUR EARS (2003)
Nobody had the cojones to admit that a World Cup in Asia needed different rules.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
They just need anonymity and someone with the cojones to let them do what they do best: hunt.
Maxim (2004)


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