Traducción de screwup en Español:

screwup

lío, n.

Pronunciación /ˈskruˌəp///

nombre

EEUU
argot

  • 1

    (blunder, mess)
    lío masculino coloquial
    metedura de pata femenino coloquial
    metida de pata femenino América Latina coloquial
    • Sources and methods should not be used as cover for screw-ups and mistakes - which has too often happened in past intelligence scandals.
    • The real problems are not crypto-related: they're implementation errors, trust-model screw-ups, intentional misuse, misconfiguration, etc.
    • But the administration's most potent screw-ups came in one of the areas it could least afford: the economy.
    • With new people doing new tasks, there are going to be screw-ups, mistakes, confusion, and missteps - one hopes they won't be fatal.
    • Given the errors, screw-ups, distortions, and misleads that we now know about, are you willing to step up to the plate and take responsibility?
    • She couldn't help but dwell on her failures, screw-ups, and her crummy life.
    • The documentary gets almost painful to watch at times as you see so many screw-ups and mistakes.
    • He's hanging up on people, putting them through to the wrong extensions, and basically causing a massive screw-up.
    • It ill-behooves the president's partisans to use the sheer magnitude of their screw-ups as an excuse not to discuss them.
    • A screw-up this big can't be blamed solely on those two entities.
    • Seemingly, by listening to an itinerant, well-heeled failure talk about his screw-ups, people feel less devastated by their own mistakes.
    • Someday someone is going to put together an article cataloging just how many screw-ups he has been responsible for in the last two years.
    • If he doesn't believe me, I refer him to the journalistic screw-ups of the newspaper that has employed him since 1966.
    • The result has been a cascading series of intelligence failures and screw-ups that have hurt the country.
    • Thanks to a screw-up in the CD database, some MP3s have the artist and song title reversed.
    • The fact is that there were screw-ups at all levels.
    • In the past year, numerous media accounts have revealed screw-ups, miscalculations and oversights.
    • I'm afraid I'm not much impressed when people only get outraged over the mistakes of their political enemies and overlook similar screw-ups by their own side.
    • Were there some highly visible screw-ups that perhaps could have ended this killing spree earlier?
    • I'm unconvinced by anti-war people screaming about screw-ups in the early weeks of the war, including the latest explosives flap.
  • 2

    (person)
    inútil masculino
    nulo masculino
    nula femenino