Definition of 'bloke'
Example sentences containing 'bloke'
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It's just lots of genial old blokes sitting around whittling chess pieces and playing with marbles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Because he is a nice bloke and the hatred I need before a match cannot be manufactured. The Sun (2016)What are the old blokes doing to match all this female vigour? Times, Sunday Times (2015)She screamed at my boyfriend to get out and then her new bloke got involved. The Sun (2010)We get paid for winning games not for being nice blokes. The Sun (2007)We both had too much to drink and then we met a really fit bloke. The Sun (2009)We walked in to find the bar full of builders and old blokes having a drink. The Sun (2009)The following year the nice bloke took the world by storm. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So really just a bloke sitting uncomfortably on a hill. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was going with a bloke who was older. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was the nicest bloke you could wish to meet. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not sure whether you really fancy that bloke who works in accounts? Times, Sunday Times (2007)But off the field he is a really good bloke as well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Whether two blokes can get married. The Sun (2013)Try getting blokes up for that! Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was just a nice bloke. The Sun (2010)The actress might yet meet a bloke who's man enough to cope. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He's a wise man and all blokes should listen. The Sun (2015)Top Gear is a bunch of old blokes wearing jeans and sports jackets. The Sun (2015)This wasn't done and they hit the poor old bloke. The Sun (2016)To the buyer who spends hundreds of thousands, it seems unfair that the bloke next door gets his free. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'bloke'
British English: bloke /bləʊk/ NOUN
A bloke is a man.
He is a really nice bloke.
- American English: guy
- Arabic: رَجُل
- Brazilian Portuguese: sujeito
- Chinese: 小子
- Croatian: momak muškarac
- Czech: chlápek
- Danish: fyr
- Dutch: kerel
- European Spanish: tío novio
- Finnish: heppu
- French: mec
- German: Kerl
- Greek: τύπος άνθρωπος
- Italian: tizio
- Japanese: 男
- Korean: 녀석
- Norwegian: fyr
- Polish: facet
- European Portuguese: sujeito
- Romanian: bărbat
- Russian: парень
- Spanish: tipo persona cuyo nombre y condición se ignoran
- Swedish: kille
- Thai: ผู้ชาย
- Turkish: herif
- Ukrainian: хлопець
- Vietnamese: gã
Definition of bloke from the Collins English Dictionary
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