Traducción de baddie en Español:

baddie

malo (de la película), n.

(baddy)

Pronunciación /ˈbædi//ˈbadi/

nombrePlural baddies

Britanico
coloquial

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    malo (de la película) masculino coloquial
    mala (de la película) femenino coloquial
    • So, as a signal at the simplest (one might even say basest) level to the viewer, the good guy wears a white hat, and the baddy wears a black hat.
    • You want to take them to a show where they can shout and scream and hiss and boo the baddy.
    • I don't play a lot of baddies, although I was an assassin in Hamish McBeth and a sort of baddie in EastEnders.
    • The baddies in power won, and the baddies out of power lost.
    • Almost certainly stuff will be blown up in his new film, and Eccleston joins a long line of English actors who have been called upon to play Hollywood baddies.
    • He's set to make his acting debut as a baddie in the new James Bond film, Casino Royale.
    • Of course, every production has to have a baddie, some one to boo and hiss at, and this show was no exception.
    • Successful stories need the texture of goodies and baddies, with characters going up or down.
    • For a start, he can play the part of a tech villain from central casting: a vaudeville baddy so malevolent that the audience starts hissing as soon as he comes on stage.
    • You can look up the most wanted criminals all over the world at Most Wanted, a site that links up to law enforcement's desired baddies.
    • With his massive build, black beetling eyebrows and perma-frown he resembles a pantomime baddie.
    • Bobby is known for his role as the baddy in the panto but this year he has had to take a lesser role, due to his commitment as the show's director.
    • With several hundred children it was quite a lively show, especially when the baddie crept up on the goodie in the film.
    • Isn't it strange that the word ‘Angel’ is used for the baddy?
    • Sirius is the new baddie in this film, and having engineered the death of Harry's parents, he now wants to finish off their son.
    • The rejection came just days after the Oscar winner publicly confessed she was desperate for a cameo as one of the show's baddies.
    • Isaacs, best known for his turn as Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter films, again proves adept as the baddie - his Hook is much more than a mere pantomime villain.
    • The antagonists are great caricatures of standard baddies; too bad we're supposed to take them seriously.