bad boy

bad boy
noun Date: 1945 a person who flouts convention <
a literary bad boy

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • bad boy — /ˈbæd bɔɪ/ (say bad boy) noun a man, usually a young man, who seems willing to ignore conventional mores, especially sexual mores …   Australian English dictionary

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  • bad-boy — n British a youth, especially a tough or admirable male. A 1990s synonym for rude boy or roughneck first used by black gang mem bers before being adopted by other teen agers and younger schoolchildren. Like those terms, it is typical of the… …   Contemporary slang

  • bad boy — naughty boy, mischievous boy …   English contemporary dictionary

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