Translation of crummy in Spanish:

crummy

malo, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈkrəmi//ˈkrʌmi/

adjective

informal

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    malo
    horrible
    • When asked what he thought was making him feel crummy, the young doctor drew a blank.
    • Trust me, all of this is lousy, crummy, rotten behavior on your husband's part.
    • It really wasn't a bad week, but I have to conclude that it's a crummy Friday night.
    • Clearing the air beats sitting home and feeling crummy.
    • After some hassles with getting food and crummy weather, I finally get there.
    • When a band offers to take an off-night at a venue, or open for a crummy band, and can still deliver on a guarantee, they inevitably build momentum.
    • Do you do poor work because you have a crummy job, or do you have a crummy job because you do poor work?
    • After reviewing his notes in his crummy little room, The Bank Robber comes up with a Plan.
    • When teens are depressed, anxious, insecure, angry, frustrated or just plain feeling crummy inside, they often act out as a way of expressing negative feelings.
    • We've got a good band… and I don't want to be out there just being crummy and a shadow of what we were.
    • I'm having a crummy week so far and it's only Tuesday.
    • Critics have said the film is all style and substance, but for awhile the wild colours and lavish sets assault you so much that you don't notice the crummy dialogue and absence of plot.
    • I used to live in apartments like that too - but at least they were in the city, close to other things like… well, friends in equally crummy apartments.
    • This is the way video art should be viewed - in the comfort of your own home, without the discomfort of the gallery and the need to wear crummy headphones while perched on a bean bag.
    • They weren't successful, they toured in an old crummy van for 22 years.
    • I've read everything this man has written, with delight: he can't stand crummy design, poor execution, or indifference to the end-user.
    • But for tonight, it's a long-overdue bedtime (as I didn't sleep well at all last night), and a putting of a generally crummy day behind me.
    • Then I began to feel really crummy which we found out a few days later was pneumonia.
    • ‘Beth hasn't been over there long enough other than to say that the food is crummy,’ he says.
    • Heck, he could probably flog you a crummy endowment mortgage and a rubbish personal pension plan.
    • I began going to the local council gym, but I found it unpleasant and crummy so I gave that up too.
    • He writes and that's all he does, occasionally taking a crummy job to keep things going.
    • In this age of rotten service, crummy products and seething attitudes, you have accidentally stumbled onto a solution to those woes.
    • All I can do in the time available is to offer instruction on the first and most important element of crummy writing, which is (as my title suggests) bad plotting.