Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

niña in English:

1. girl girl


A girl phoned me.
I advised the shy young man to declare his love for the beautiful girl.
It is not safe for a girl to go out by herself so late at night.
How brave of him to jump into the water to save the little girl!
A girl gave me an orange in exchange for a piece of cake.
The girl had grown up without any money and when she married she became a spendthrift.
Having met the girl before, I recognized her at once.
Every boy and every girl was delighted.
To look at him, you'd take him for a girl.
He finally made up his mind to marry the girl he had met in Paris.
The girl, who had her head on the boy's shoulder, looked around in surprise.
The prince made it known all over the land that he would marry the poor girl.
I am a Japanese high school girl.
I have two children. One is a boy and the other is a girl.
Everyone was very surprised to discover that the slave girl was in reality a princess.

English word "niña"(girl) occurs in sets:

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