Translation of promiscuous in Spanish:

promiscuous

promiscuo, adj.

Pronunciation: /prəˈmɪskjuəs//prəˈmɪskjʊəs/

adjective

  • 1

    (sexually)
    promiscuo
    • Apparently that meant I was young, preppy-looking, and potentially very promiscuous.
    • Still, you have reason to be hesitant if he's been promiscuous lately.
    • Anyone who is sexually promiscuous is of increased risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted infection.
    • Instead, he chose to focus his question on the client's change to not being promiscuous.
    • They are just encouraging children to be more promiscuous.
    • The disease spread most rapidly in those populations that were most promiscuous and engaged in risky sexual activity.
    • The only reason he turned her down is because this rumor got started that Christy was the most promiscuous girl at our school.
    • Do you regret not being sexually promiscuous in high school?
    • If the girl was deemed promiscuous, became pregnant, or could not keep a job, she could be returned to the reform school.
    • After many years of directing my own sexual education in Paris, I came to see myself as a ‘liberated woman,’ or what some perhaps would call a promiscuous adventurer.
    • Rather, their narratives suggest that they believe female role models who exhibit sexual agency have a status that protects them from being labeled as promiscuous.
    • They never demean them in speech, watch vulgar or erotic shows, or associate with lustful or promiscuous women.
  • 2formal

    (indiscriminate)
    promiscuo
    • As the American houses have seduced corporate Britain, so companies have become more promiscuous in their search for intelligence.
    • There's a difference between being promiscuous and making serious strategic bets that may be the cause for regrets.