Spanish Word for mischievous  

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English Word: mischievous

Spanish Word: travieso[Adjective]
The Spanish Word for mischievous
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Translated sentences containing 'mischievous'
...but also mischievous.
...pero también travieso.
...but he is also mischievous.
...pero el también es travieso.
My son used to be mischievous. (masculine)
Mi hijo era travieso.
I used to be mischievous. (masculine)
Yo era travieso.
They are mischievous children.
Son niños traviesos.

We will not be supporting any of the three amendments, which we believe are misconceived and – deliberately or not – mischievous.
No apoyaremos ninguna de las tres enmiendas, que creemos son descabelladas y, deliberadamente o no, maliciosas.
The story was so inaccurate, misleading and mischievous, that I sued the Daily Mail and, I am happy to say, successfully.
La historia era tan imprecisa, engañosa y maliciosa que demandé al Daily Mail y, me alegra mucho decirlo, con éxito.
I could well accept that premise, with the mischievous intention of making non-GMO so rare that no one could afford it.
Podría aceptar esta premisa, con la intención maliciosa de hacer que los productos no modificados genéticamente sean tan raros que nadie pueda permitírselos.
If you wished to construct a series of amendments to cripple and disperse Europe’s industry, large and small, you could not devise anything more mischievous.
Si deseaba formular una serie de enmiendas para paralizar y dispersar a la industria europea, tanto grandes como pequeñas empresas, no podía haber concebido nada más malicioso.
If I can be slightly mischievous, one wonders just how much value for money Telefónica will get out of Martin Bangemann.
Siendo un poco maliciosa, diré que uno se pregunta cuánto va a obtener Telefónica de Martin Bangemann por lo que le paga.
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