WordReference English Collocations © 2020
ladⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- UK: a [little, rude, bubbly, kind] lad
- UK: was always a [bad, rude] lad
- UK: is [just, only, still] a (young) lad
- UK: a lad of [twelve, fourteen, sixteen]
- UK, informal: the lads at [home, work, the office]
- UK, informal: is a bit of a lad
- UK: the young lad [looks like, takes after] (his father)
- informal: going (out) for a [drink, meal] with the lads
- informal: What [can I get you, would you like], lads?
- informal: be a good lad and [get, bring, make]
- informal: there's a good lad!
- UK, informal: a real Jack the lad!
- UK, slang, sexually explicit: get your tits out for the lads!
- employed as a [stable, farm] lad
- a [magazine, bar, place] for lads
- a lad's [magazine]
- UK: part of lad culture
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