Spanish Word for graffiti  

English Word: graffiti

Spanish Word: pintada
The Spanish Word for graffiti
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Translated sentences containing 'graffiti'
Don’t color the school walls with graffiti!
¡No pintes las paredes de la escuela con grafittis!

There is graffiti abusing native Hungarians.
Hay pintadas con insultos contra los nativos húngaros.
Equally shocking are the texts of anti-Hungarian graffiti.
Igual de escandalosas son las pintadas de las calles contra los húngaros.
Shortly before that, in early May, many buildings in this capital of Vojvodina were covered with graffiti asserting that ‘Serbia belongs to the Serbs; Hungarians: get lost!’
Un poco antes, a principios de mayo, muchos edificios de la capital de Voivodina aparecieron cubiertos con pintadas que reivindicaban «Serbia pertenece a los serbios; ¡fuera húngaros !»
Physical violence has occurred, and openly racist graffiti appeared, simply because someone was speaking Hungarian, because they belonged to a different nationality.
Se han producido casos de violencia física y han aparecido pintadas abiertamente racistas, simplemente porque alguien hablaba húngaro y pertenecía a una nacionalidad distinta.
The residents of Kosovo only want one thing: self-determination - Vetevendosje - as is evident from the graffiti on every wall.
Los residentes de Kosovo solo quieren una cosa: la autodeterminación -Vetevendosje-, como reflejan los grafitos en todas las paredes.
It is often the self-employed and companies consisting of just a few staff who are out there cleaning up graffiti or stripping paint.
A menudo son autónomos y empresas pequeñas los que limpian los graffitis o quitan la pintura.
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