Translation of outcast in Spanish:


paria, n.

Pronunciation /ˈaʊtkɑːst//ˈaʊtˌkæst/


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    paria masculine
    (family/nation/tribe) (before noun) marginado
    a social outcast un marginado de la sociedad
    • Thus he flouted the social hierarchies of his time by eating and associating with outcasts.
    • Once in prison, inmates are officially designated as social outcasts.
    • Do we ban everything that is potentially dangerous and turn the practitioners into social outcasts?
    • So they were using all the remnants, refuse, and outcasts of our society.
    • We are, in our own small way, outcasts from the tribe, and of course that hurts.
    • The student in question says that he's become an outcast at the school.
    • Why did she feel it would be a good idea to create an outreach program for social outcasts?
    • I was a total social outcast, but usually I didn't mind.
    • She believes that they are both outcasts from society.
    • She still will be an outcast at school.
    • I felt like I was being made a total outcast.
    • No longer could gays and lesbians be treated by society and by the law as social outcasts, a marginal and disposable fringe.
    • We think of them as outcasts or even the opposition to social movements.
    • The ones that survive become social outcasts because of the nature of their injuries.
    • They saw me as a ghost, or some other outcast of society.
    • The gypsies, who number almost a million, have been outcasts for centuries.
    • He was always considered an outcast, because of his shyness and nerdy behavior.
    • The popular kids will always be the popular kids, and the outcasts remain outcast.
    • Your character Jamie is a total outcast in school.
    • The men here are lawbreakers and outcasts from society.