Translation of feisty in Spanish:

feisty

batallador, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfaɪsti//ˈfʌɪsti/

adjective

informal

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    batallador
    • But this is a sparky and feisty player who wears his heart on his sleeve.
    • Scotland were well beaten by a determined and feisty Irish side who now go to Twickenham next weekend with a chance of winning the championship.
    • The characters are feisty and unusual, but at many points I couldn't really understand where any of this was going.
    • Yet set against that is the fact that this is a pretty dry effort with an unusual lack of feisty anecdotes, and this remains one for the real aficionado.
    • Be like President Truman and live an active, useful, feisty life into your late eighties or even longer!
    • She speaks softly but forcefully, an indication of how feisty she can be.
    • Still on the west side, a feisty and determined group of community residents looks set to achieve a fine piece of conservation.
    • It's a lively little read as it stands, but neither as feisty nor effective as it could have been.
    • They're all 6 feet tall and in their sixties or seventies and they're spirited and feisty.
    • When I meet Kate, with her shiny, white-blonde hair, bronze skin and feisty manner, I feel I already know her.
    • Connor brings a feisty sweetness to the stage, coupled with a well-integrated voice boasting a sizzling range.
    • But she does have lots of feisty Irish spirit and a best friend called Marion, who enjoys a few drinks and a good old sing song in the local pub.
    • They are characters you can get underneath and they are all quite strong and feisty, but they are all flawed and frail.
    • A feisty, scrawny white guy is frantically attacking the black guy.
    • Hadrian built his wall to keep out raiding parties from what is now Scotland; then, as now, the Scots were a lively, feisty people.
    • She is stacked and feisty, but not actually that smart a player.
    • He saw her physical beauty well enough, but he never noticed her intelligence or her feisty spirit.
    • I simply nodded, quelling that feisty, fiery side of me, and offered yet another ghost of a smile.
    • Even so, the country has begun to ponder what it will be like without an outspoken, feisty prime minister.
    • The feisty old lady lives alone but fights with the men almost every day.
    • There is undoubtedly a feisty spirit about the current Aberdeen squad.
    • He was stubborn and feisty, determined and driven, and that's the mark that he has left.
    • Once they adapt to their new coach's ways, the team will be aggressive and feisty.