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Melody  May 12, 2015

Omg i did not know that in australia guys meant both males and females

HeatherF  May 12, 2015

Hi Heather,

It depends on how the work is used.

If you were talking about "a guy" (singular) then you definitely mean a man or at least a male.

But if you talk about the guys (plural) then you may mean men OR you may mean a mixed gender group.  The meaning would be taken from the context.


For instance, if I wanted my mixed gender group of friends to hurry up, I might say

"Come on guys or we will be late!"

Melody  May 12, 2015


i did not know that lol

HeatherF  May 12, 2015

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