Translation of rascal in Spanish:


granuja, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrɑːsk(ə)l//ˈræsk(ə)l/


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    granuja masculine
    pillo masculine
    pilla feminine
    • That's not to say that our aging pair of (now slightly dowdy) French rascals are going to be pulling their punches at all.
    • So many patriots are really rascals - you know, last refuge of the scoundrel - nationality is a dangerous thing.
    • It purges the pleasure of sleep and contaminates the cornflakes, leaving a day-long impression that a world run by fools and rascals should be treated with suspicion.
    • He was often humiliated by the rascals in his town.
    • I've been in monkey houses before, where the rascals show their bum and pee on you, but this one behaved itself.
    • It's a rather amazing, titillating idea that these rascals are elevated to such importance and prominence.
    • Because of their boisterous natures and their genteel parentage these rascals are destined to wind up having many exciting adventures together!
    • We were all rascals when we were growing up, I was no angel myself, but what I did have, and still do is respect for my elders and people in authority.
    • As a result, liars are passed off as scoundrels or rascals, or even lovable rogues.
    • She says that by her own admissions, some of the applications are by rogues, and rascals and persons of dubious credibility.
    • Even if independence is off the agenda, Scots should be thinking of voting for the SNP for no other reason than to ‘throw the rascals out’.
    • The neighborhood kids and rascals have been setting off fireworks for three or four weeks and everyone told me about how much worse it would get on the actual night.
    • But most exciting this week is our interview with Ant and Dec, those loveable Geordie rascals who've captured the hearts of the nation.
    • We're rascals, and scoundrels, and villains, and knaves.
    • Miles and Jack, on the other hand, are too easy to figure out, lovable cartoons, rascals who are losers by rote.
    • Have those dreadful rascals done the dirty on you?
    • Most often I need these very rascals to produce movies for me.
    • His blue ribbon commission has rascals that have screwed over the average Bahamian and enriched themselves beyond belief.
    • William Lambert and Lord Frederick Beauclerk were the original rascals.
    • Some may, indeed, be rascals when out on the town, but the extent of grooms' devotion to their horses often borders on the obsessive.