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macho

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmachomach‧o /ˈmætʃəʊ $ ˈmɑːtʃoʊ/ adjective informal 🔊 🔊 MANbehaving in a way that is traditionally typical of men, for example being strong or brave, or not showing your feelings – used humorously or in order to show disapproval 🔊 He’s sick of being cast as the hard macho man in films. 🔊 a car with a macho imagesee thesaurus at man
Examples from the Corpus
machoRo, hiding among my plants, holds himself in a way that seems both too effeminate and too macho.I think many of the worst aspects of rock have now resurfaced in rave: the macho, aggressive energy.All the guys that go to the gym are being macho and showing off.The same macho attitudes have an effect on their family life.On the outside he may seem to be very macho but inside he's very sensitive.Always in their macho combat boots.Rather than defending society, the young men attack it and exalt macho foreign potentates and desperadoes.The macho male, the business man, the romantic.The macho merchants among you could try braving the green blob, numerous wires and broken records that occupy the alternative route.He's far too macho to drink mineral water.macho manHe's a big gun, a macho man in the world of the otaku.More importantly, this imagery affects the demeanour of these macho men when dealing with the public.
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