Translation of fink in Spanish:

fink

mequetrefe, n.

Pronunciation /fɪŋk//fɪŋk/

noun

US
slang

  • 1

    (contemptible person)
    mequetrefe feminine informal
    • Well, somehow the sneaky fink hacked my computer login and was using my computer to download the most horrible and pathetic porn out there.
    • But what makes the documentary Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room more riveting than anything Hollywood could dream up is all the damning footage those deluded finks left behind.
    • You are a rat fink who should be tarred and feathered.
    • And while we're talking definitions, perhaps the five-star fink who took my display would like to brush up on the definition of good citizenship.
  • 2

    (informer)
    soplón masculine informal
    soplona feminine informal
    • What a fink. I can't believe he practically put the candy in my pockets and now he's taking me down with him.
    • I'm not a rat fink squealer! You think I'm going to tell you anything that would put my friends at risk?
    • We are in the Eggshell Era, in which everyone has to tiptoe around because there's a world of busybodies out there who are being paid to catch you out - and a public that is slowly being trained to accept a culture of finks.
    • You really are deluded if you go on believing in your ‘hero’ in the face of all the evidence that he's a fink, and a not very bright one at that.
    • The social set is torn between pegging him as a total rat fink or a noble whistle-blower.
    • Looking back, I saw two sets of feet: my mother's slippered ones, and the small pink toes of the fink who told on me.
    • Could you deal with the fallout if she discovered you're the the fink who told?
  • 3derogatory

    (strike breaker)
    rompehuelgas masculine derogatory
    esquirol masculine Spain informal derogatory
    esquirola feminine Spain informal derogatory
    carnero masculine River Plate informal derogatory
    carnera feminine River Plate informal derogatory
    • We took some of our best militant workers, entered the plant and drove the finks out.
    • And a little blond feller, I don't know who he was, yelled, ‘Hey, there's a fink here, starting to move goods!’
    • There were a few door guards to protect the ‘finks’.

intransitive verb

US
slang

  • 1

    (inform)
    to fink on sb delatar a algn