Translation of freaking in Spanish:

freaking

Pronunciation /ˈfrikɪŋ//ˈfriːkɪŋ/

adverb & adjective

US
euphemistic, slang

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    • People don't want the freaking hassles of trying to figure this stuff out: the product is diminished when it can't be easily played on any kind of player.
    • Beyond being fabulous, that was a freaking miracle.
    • And no, I am not going to go to freaking Seattle in the freaking winter!
    • Instead of freaking about your friends assuming you're a total infant because your dad is crashing your scene, stay cool.
    • I dun really mind if strangers think that I'm a freaking bitch, coz that's the way I am.
    • Now I'm just mad I have to wait a freaking year to see it
    • And naturally, the best way to avoid controversy is to call a freaking press conference to announce that you're avoiding controversy.
    • ‘I say you are out of your freaking mind,’ I said as I continued to laugh so hard that it began to hurt.
    • So, I said the first thing that came to mind, and I have no freaking idea why I said it.
    • And then I looked up, and my freaking ex-boyfriend walked in.
    • I was asleep in my own bed, minding my own freaking business when something very large and a little bit heavier than I pounced on me!
    • Rock, metal, electronic, folk, country, blues, jazz, classical, you freaking name it.
    • She dragged us to this freaking stiff restaurant.
    • They act like the entire world is a freaking suburb.
    • Those are the meanest freaking animals around.
    • It was a freaking miracle that they did, and it took years to pull it off.
    • Get a freaking babysitter and go out once in a while.
    • I really have to figure out what I'm going to focus on - why don't I just go to a freaking therapist?
    • More, to this freaking day, too many people equate epilepsy with mental illness and before I really do go nuts, let me say this one last time, epilepsy is not a mental illness.
    • She's like a freaking cartoon character or something.