Translation of klutz in Spanish:

klutz

torpe, n.

Pronunciation /klʌts//kləts/

noun

US
informal

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    torpe feminine
    ganso masculine informal
    gansa feminine informal
    patoso masculine Spain informal
    patosa feminine Spain informal
    • All your friends and colleagues know what a klutz you are, and no matter how careful you are whenever you eat or drink something, you still manage to stain your clothes on a regular basis.
    • John still thinks I'm the biggest klutz to walk the earth.
    • I hate to tell you this dearie, but Cody's always been a bit of a clumsy klutz.
    • Almost fell in Dunkin’ Donuts because the silver sandals are slippery and I'm a klutz.
    • I didn't even care when, in my lifelong battle with being a klutz, I dropped the scoop of ice cream off my ice cream cone on the way back to the car.
    • She's cute, and a klutz, she has a way of making everyone around her laugh.
    • The machine was sturdily built, and was designed to withstand kids, klutzes, messy accidents, and just about anything that might occur in the average American home.
    • You see, I am a bit of a klutz when it comes to the kitchen, and at dinner-parties and family gatherings am usually demoted to corkscrew attendant so I can't get my hands on anything other people might have to eat.
    • Allen is a complete klutz when it comes to women and relationships.
    • I freely admit that I'm a klutz when it comes to sharpening knives.
    • She fell to the ground, probably looking like a complete klutz.
    • He had even grabbed a plate before it fell from her hands while clearing the table, and hadn't made any smart comments about her being a klutz.
    • And it does it all so seamlessly that it saves lead-footed klutzes like me from all manner of problems without my even knowing it.
    • For 10 weeks you wander around feeling like a newbie, if not a complete klutz, then much to your surprise, people start asking you for advice.
    • I stumbled back holding my head and immediately tripped backwards over a chair, which I swear was strategically placed there to make me look like a bigger klutz than I already did.
    • Her friend had a well-earned reputation as a klutz, and over the years
    • My mom was upset, but Kim and I started giggling because we know we're both such klutzes.
    • There's a way to do this if you're real careful and delicate with the controls but I'm your basic klutz and what I keep doing is hitting the buttons wrong and losing my place.
    • Now, you have to understand, Alaia has always been a klutz.
    • Many people who are lifestyle athletes as adults were ‘the skinny kids ‘or the klutzes in school.’