Translation of oaf in Spanish:

oaf

zoquete, n.

Pronunciation: /oʊf//əʊf/

noun

  • 1

    (clumsy, stupid person)
    (masculine and feminine) zoquete masculine informal
    zopenco masculine informal
    zopenca feminine informal
    • And he has been nothing but a gentleman compared to the big oaf whose been trying to bully him.
    • The second time, he had tripped over something, and Mary had called him ‘a clumsy oaf.’
    • Seriously, if a man is a clumsy oaf before you met him, he'll always have that streak of clumsiness.
    • Rather than let those stereotypes build walls, I wanted to show people that bodybuilders are so much more than just big musclebound oafs to be afraid of.
    • It'd be better than being here with a big oaf who cares nothing about nobody!
    • Much as I would rather sit and stare into space than talk to such oafs, that would have been both rude and a missed opportunity - they were, after all, supposed to be the bee's knees.
    • That is, I am insensitive, brutal, clumsy and a big oaf.
    • They are big oafs with naught but lust for young maidens like you.
    • I didn't want to get married to a big oaf, so I ran away.
    • This idiot and his team of oafs had the audacity to patronize and laugh at Eugene last night.
    • Such a clumsy oaf should never be allowed to dance, much less with such energy.
    • Our branch contains a fair number of clumsy oafs and we own a hard boat with plenty of deck space for stumbling about.
    • But clearly the lumbering oaf thinks they're all trying it on.
    • Those drunken oafs do not deserve the exaggerated respect they receive.
    • Wasn't there some scrawny woman called Emma, and a big oaf who was in love with her?
    • The oaf in question was met with a barrage of abuse - as we pointed out that we had a baby on board who was scared witless and screaming.
    • He sighed as well, thinking of the treat he would get if he ever got to apologize to the big oaf.
    • To some, the director-general is an oaf dressed in jester's clothing, a big-mouthed fool with a propensity to put his foot in it.
    • ‘Yes, and we will make a raft of you big oafs, you and my brother Bolo,’ laughed Nalu.
    • Nowadays it is the footballers who behave like oafs off the field, while rugby players act like hooligans on it.
  • 2

    (rude person)
    bruto masculine
    bruta feminine