goonda


goonda
goon·da

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Goonda — Goonda, o Goanda, es una villa y también uno de los tres puestos administrativos que forman el distrito de Chibabava en la provincia de Sofala situada en el centro este de Mozambique, región costera en el canal de Mozambique. Sede del distrito.… …   Wikipedia Español

  • goonda — UK [ˈɡuːndə] / US [ˈɡundə] noun [countable] Word forms goonda : singular goonda plural goondas Indian English someone whose job is to hurt or frighten people, so that they will do what their employer wants them to do …   English dictionary

  • goonda — /goon deuh/, n. Anglo Indian. a rogue or hoodlum. Also, gunda. [1925 30; < Hindi gunda] * * * …   Universalium

  • goonda — noun Hired goon …   Wiktionary

  • goonda — Inglish (Indian English) Dictionary thug …   English dialects glossary

  • goonda — goon|da [ gundə ] noun count INDIAN ENGLISH someone whose job is to hurt or frighten people, so that they will do what their employer wants them to do …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • goonda — n. (South Asian Slang) hoodlum, bully, thug, hooligan, brute, ruffian …   English contemporary dictionary

  • goonda — [ gu:ndə] noun Indian a hired thug or bully. Origin from Hindi guṇḍā rascal …   English new terms dictionary

  • goonda — /ˈgundə/ (say goohnduh) noun Indian English a hired thug. {Hindi guṇḍā} …   Australian English dictionary

  • goonda — ˈgu̇ndə noun ( s) Etymology: Hindi guṇḍā rascal, crook India : professional terrorist : hooligan, goon, thug …   Useful english dictionary


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