a young man
Calla, muchacho, que dir la gente que yo te enseo hacer amigo?
“You know that is not the one we use, muchacho,” (little boy), remarked Lolita.
The muchacho drew nearer, and with the torch over my shoulder I examined them.
"If there's a Thursday boat, I'll wreck it," said Trask, and clapped his hands for the muchacho.
And say to them all, muchacho, that the Pajaro sails for Panama at three this afternoon.
Yes, muchacho, like a litter of prairie dogs in their earth.
Que sana ha de estar, muchacho, si le ha bajado la flucion por de bajo de las piernas y la tiene muy hinchada?
The muchacho, in a corner of the room, turned something with a sharp click.
Equally effective is the "muchacho" on the coasts of Mexico.
At the same time he called out, "muchacho, pan el vino en la mesa, and we 'll think of somewhat to eat."