"scoundrel" traduzione spagnolo

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"scoundrel" in spagnolo

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scoundrel {sostantivo}

EN scoundrel
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{sostantivo}

1. generale

scoundrel (anche: rogue, scamp)
scoundrel (anche: rogue, ruffian)
scoundrel (anche: villain, wicked person, meany)
scoundrel (anche: villain, wicked person)
scoundrel (anche: crook, delinquent)
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malandro {m} [coll.]
scoundrel (anche: rogue)
scoundrel (anche: rogue)
scoundrel (anche: urchin, ragamuffin)
scoundrel (anche: crook, swine)
If you think you have a mandate for that, you are a disgrace and a scoundrel.
Si de verdad se cree que tiene un mandato para esto es que es un canalla y un sinvergüenza.
I can tell you that the victims of Lockerbie in Scotland and the victims of IRA atrocities in my country knew very well what sort of scoundrel this man was.
Puedo decirle que las víctimas de Lockerbie en Escocia y las víctimas de las atrocidades del IRA en mi país sabían muy bien la clase de sinvergüenza que era este hombre.
scoundrel (anche: nasty piece of work)
scoundrel (anche: rogue)
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villano {m} (persona ruin)

2. antiquato

scoundrel (anche: rogue, scamp)
scoundrel (anche: burglar, rogue, scapegrace, tike)
scoundrel (anche: rascal, rogue, scapegrace, scallywag)
scoundrel (anche: rogue)
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buscón {m} [antq.] (rufián)
scoundrel
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malandrín {m} [arc.]

3. colloquiale

scoundrel (anche: rogue)
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bergante {m} [coll.]

Sinonimi (inglese) per "scoundrel":

scoundrel
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Esempi di utilizzo "scoundrel" in Spagnolo

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EnglishAccording to a Burmese newspaper, Mr Nichols was a scoundrel who deserved to die.
Un periódico birmano ha dicho que el Sr. Nichols no era paja limpia y que merecía la muerte.
EnglishA real exceptional act, the crime of a real political scoundrel!
Un acto realmente excepcional, ¡el delito de un canalla político real!
Englishtake that, you scoundrel!
EnglishNext, Georgia failed to obey - suddenly some scoundrel blew up the gas pipeline near Georgia's border, and Georgia had no gas supply for a week or two.
Más tarde, Georgia dejó de obedecer; de pronto, unos desalmados volaron el gaseoducto cerca de la frontera de Georgia, y Georgia se quedó sin suministro de gas durante una o dos semanas.
EnglishA Burmese newspaper has written of Mr Nicols that he was a petty scoundrel who received his well-deserved fate, because he was a glutton for food and an idler with a taste for luxury.
Un periódico birmano ha escrito sobre el Sr. Nichols que no era trigo limpio y que merecía su destino, ya que no tenía medida para la comida, era perezoso y sentía pasión por el lujo.