Translation of indecent in Spanish:

indecent

indecente, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˌɪnˈdis(ə)nt//ɪnˈdiːs(ə)nt/

adjective

  • 1

    (obscene)
    (language/gesture) indecente
    • What constitutes an indecent act is determined by what the courts feel are the community standards of the day.
    • He said there had not been any improper or indecent behaviour.
    • She began accepting the indecent proposals set before her, and had affairs to fill the void her husband had left.
    • For an act to be indecent, it has to happen in a public place - and context is everything.
    • In terms of the Act it is illegal to commit any nuisance or disorderly or indecent act on an aircraft, to be intoxicated or to behave violently.
    • Accordingly, the Act makes it an offence to display publicly any indecent matter.
    • He has been charged with stalking, indecent acts and indecent dealing.
    • Over the past few years, authorities have cracked down on bars in response to complaints of indecent or obscene behaviour.
    • So it could not have been the real reason for the appellant's having the indecent photographs.
    • Couple charged with indecent behaviour for holding hands in public.
    • The new law forbids the distribution to minors of obscene or indecent material through the Internet or on-line services.
    • While the move was to keep rash driving and indecent behaviour in check, the law seems to be falling short on reach.
    • He told police he committed an indecent act in the cubicle.
    • Police are trying to track down a man seen performing an indecent act in a Colchester car park.
    • Shorts, miniskirts, and revealing clothing are considered indecent and are avoided.
    • She insisted charges be brought against the man for his indecent behavior.
    • Modesty suggests shunning indecent behavior but it also implies bashfulness based on timidity.
    • There was no other allegation of an indecent act, notwithstanding a detailed investigation.
    • He was one of three men arrested by police for indecent behaviour and insulting the head of state during the celebrations.
    • She saw a male following her performing an indecent sexual act.
    • I am seated with almost indecent haste and am handed a menu.
    • If the visitors were a long time in making any ground, Celtic eliminated any remaining title doubts with indecent haste.
    • One council I know well, suffered financial loss as a result of that indecent haste.
    • Michelangelo left Rome with a haste that struck some of his friends as indecent.
    • If any visions appeared owing to this kindly ecclesiastical intervention then they must have disappeared with indecent haste.
  • 2

    (unseemly)
    indecoroso