Traducción de goody-goody en Español:

goody-goody

santito, n.

Pronunciación ///ˈˌɡʊdi ˈˌɡʊdi/

nombrePlural goody-goodies

coloquial, despectivo

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    santito masculino coloquial despectivo
    santita femenino coloquial despectivo
    • He despised such people, goody-goodies annoyed the hell out of him, especially when it was his own two-faced cousin.
    • Even more special was the loyalty the class exhibited when he asked where it was - not one person, not even the goody-goody, said a word.
    • Ever since your suspension, you've been all goody-goody since then.
    • Keeping cool doesn't make you a wimp or goody-goody - it shows maturity.
    • His nicknames for me were annoying and I could tell that he thought of me as a preppy goody-goody.
    • Kaitlin had been one of the goody-goodies in school.
    • I decide to lie to save my hide - who wouldn't except for, well, those goody-goodies with such conscientious hearts?
    • She's kind of a goody-goody and quiet, but is just so awesome.
    • Conner was known about the school as the goody-goody to all teachers and a suck up to Jocks.
    • David and I never got along very well - I found him to be a jerk most of the time and he found me to be a goody-goody - but he was a good hockey player so we both tried to tolerate each other.
    • If the teacher ever leaves the room and puts a few goody-goodies in charge, look out.
    • Then Dave muttered something about her being a goody-goody, they all laughed, and walked away.
    • He's chirpy, enthusiastic and obsessively neat - a bit of a goody-goody, in fact.
    • During the whole horribly stressful process you have to be a goody-goody.
    • Maybe if you stopped going out with such a boring, goody-goody, you'd be much better off.
    • They weren't all insufferable goody-goodies as children, or always models of perfect sanctity as adults.
    • I wasn't a goody-goody; I mean, I drank at parties and all, but I generally found getting drunk seemed to be both dangerous and pointless.
    • He was like a god to goody-goodies like Nicole and her friends.
    • He was always trying to encourage me to bunk off and go hang out in the caff at the park, but I being the goody-goody that I was always refused convinced I'd get caught.
    • Among some sections of the party, Martin is regarded as too much of a goody-goody, too much the altar boy.

adjetivo

coloquial, despectivo

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    (behavior) de santito coloquial despectivo
    (behavior) modélico
    • I continued to hold the smile, feeling like on of those goody-goody teacher's pets.
    • The goody-goody story he told - actually, he made it up - about little George cutting down the cherry tree has a nice moral, but it was too good to be true.
    • From high school, I felt that I had the goody-goody thing and the academic thing pretty well locked up, but I was a geek in need of a social life, so I moved into a frat.
    • He looked like the goody-goody boy next door, tall and with a slight build, a little tanned, with wavy brown hair and plain brown eyes.
    • Hattie was the little goody-goody sister, and I was the bad one.
    • I didn't want my school friends to think of me as a goody-goody type just because I was a pastor's kid, so I swore and drank and got high with them.
    • Strictly not for the sweet goody-goody music listeners, is this album.
    • At that time, their denial was their belief that they were popular all over the World as a paternalistic big brotherly, goody-goody neighbor.
    • Oh, but he's too goody-goody to let her know or do anything about it.
    • But that's exactly what Edwards has shown he can't or won't do, for fear of blemishing his goody-goody image.
    • He is so different from all the other boring, goody-goody superheroes.
    • Despite his goody-goody reputation Deverin was usually the one who either supplied Wolf with the necessary means of his trouble making, or got him out of trouble.
    • If fairy tales make you think of simpering goody-goody princesses and men in tights with page boy haircuts, has Ella Enchanted got a surprise for you.
    • I'm not exactly a troublemaker but then I'm not a goody-goody type student either.
    • If she had still been a goody-goody she would have been so modest and fainted at the idea.
    • Moore is Julie, the goody-goody daughter of a reverend in a North Carolina town.
    • My goody-goody reputation would have been gone forever.
    • I have some goody-goody friends who are really nice, but we don't have anything in common.
    • Maybe they just like goody-goody sweet entertainment.
    • This approach isn't just a matter of goody-goody liberal ideals; it's the only solution that has any hope of working in the long run.