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Balls vs. Cojones

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Ballsnoun

plural of ball

‘Can you believe he can juggle six balls at once?’;

Cojonesnoun

testicles

Ballsnoun

The testicles.

‘After that shot his balls were really hurting!’;

Cojonesnoun

balls, bollocks, courage, machismo, chutzpah

Ballsnoun

Bravery, courage, chutzpah, or brazenness.

‘He must have a lot of balls to talk to his boss that way.’; ‘He's the guy with the big balls in that group.’; ‘Balls is all that it takes to succeed.’;

Cojonesnoun

a man's testicles.

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Ballsnoun

Rubbish, nonsense.

‘That's a load of balls.’;

Cojonesnoun

courage; guts

‘only he's got the cojones to go after the general direct’;

Ballsnoun

A balls-up; a botched job.

‘Don't make a balls of it!’;

Ballsverb

(transitive) Speaking or acting with bravado to achieve (something)

Ballsadverb

(slang) Very. Intensifier.

‘It is balls cold out there.’;

Ballsinterjection

nonsense.

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