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Dictionary Spanish English: [Person]

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antipático {adj}
disagreeable [of a person]
extraño {adj}
creepy [coll.] [person: unnerving, strange]
tonto {adj}
silly [person]
templado {adj}
temperate [climate, person]
desnudo {adj} [cuerpo] [también fig.: lugar, arból]bare [person: naked; body part: uncovered; place: empty; tree: without leaves]
bullicioso {adj}boisterous [person]
atrevido {adj}brash [of a person]
dinámico {adj}brisk [person: quick]
calculador {adj} {pres-p}calculating [adj. also of a person]
agarrado {adj} [col.] [tacaño]cheap [coll.] [person: miserly]
pegajoso {adj} [col.]clingy [fig.] [person]
taimado {adj}devious [person]
esquivo {adj} [difícil de encontrar]elusive [of a person]
carnoso {adj} [fruta, persona]fleshy [fruit, person]
ceremonioso {adj}formal [manner, person]
afortunado {adj}fortunate [person: lucky]
morboso {adj}ghoulish [person, curiosity]
de remate {adj}hopeless [coll.] [of a person, completely stupid]
ilustre {adj} [famoso]illustrious [person]
insensible {adj}impervious [person]
sagaz {adj}incisive [person]
siniestrado {adj}injured [person: in an accident]
desagradablemente gritón {adj}lairy [Br.] [coll.] [person: unpleasantly loud, especially when drunk]
agradable {adj}mild [person, manner]
despistado {adj}mindless [person: not attentive]
etno. med. mongoloide {adj}mongoloid [pejorative when used nowadays for a person with Down's syndrome]
mudo {adj}mute [fig.: person: not speaking] [dated, pej.: unable to speak]
excéntrico {adj}outlandish [person: eccentric]
mezquinamente {adv}pettily [person: in a small-minded way]
mezquino {adj}petty [person: small-minded]
siniestro {adj}scary [person: intimidating]
conocedor {adj}seasoned [person]
descuidado {adj}slovenly [person / action: careless]
desaliñado {adj}slovenly [person: appearance]
consentido {adj} [persona malcriada]spoiled [Am.] [person: treated too indulgently]
consentido {adj} [persona malcriada]spoilt [Br.] [person: treated too indulgently]
fornido {adj}sturdy [body, person]
considerado {adj}thoughtful [person: considerate]
esbelto {adj}trim [person: slim]
verdadero {adj} [testimonio, persona]truthful [testimony, person]
azaroso {adj} [persona]unlucky [of a person]
despiadado {adj}vicious [person: ferocious, nasty]
vil {adj}vile [person, action]
quienquiera que sea {pron}whosoever [whatever person]
artero {adj}wily [person, act]
cosmopolita {adj}worldly [person: experienced]
dejar a-algn/algo
to leave sb./sth. [a thing somewhere, a person alone]
corromper a-algn/algoto corrupt sb./sth. [person: deprave; hard drive, data: make faulty]
refunfuñarto growl [person]
languidecerto wilt [fig.] [person: become very tired]
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