Translation of rogue in Spanish:

rogue

pícaro, n.

Pronunciation /roʊɡ//rəʊɡ/

noun

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    pícaro masculine
    pícara feminine
    pillo masculine
    pilla feminine
    bribón masculine
    bribona feminine
    you little rogue! ¡picarón!
    • rogues' gallery fichero de delincuentes
    • It was made for the virtuosic talents of Mikhail Baryshnikov, and it cleverly transformed him from upright ballet hero into bowler-hatted womanizing rogue.
    • Bob was celebrated as a lovable rogue with a brilliantly creative mind.
    • Then there is Kawada, one of the transfer pupils, a mysterious rogue who may hold the key to getting them off alive.
    • He plays David as a charismatic rogue - someone the audience is supposed to recognize as a bit of a scoundrel, but like nevertheless.
    • Pristine turns to see Lance is still smiling like the handsome rogue he is.
    • The story follows loveable Irish rogue Jimmy who is imprisoned, with his partner-in-crime Rudy, after a bungled robbery.
    • With a new actor assaying the role, Dov ceases to be a charming rogue and becomes a bit of a jerk.
    • The idea of a band of hardcrabble rogues having a political awakening is an incredibly cool one, but it never means anything.
    • It's difficult not to fall in love with Ollie, the loveable rogue who can never get it right, and Affleck cleverly balances the comedy with the drama to create a fantastic leading man.
    • It made me wonder what the old rogue would have made of it all.
    • In these tales, John may assume the posture of a rogue, naive rascal, or fool when he encounters an oppressive master who reminds him of his limited possibilities on the plantation.
    • He plays John Smith, an English rogue and explorer who comes to the shores of America in chains.
    • Beginning in sixteenth-century England, a distinct criminal culture of rogues, vagabonds, gypsies, beggars, cony-catchers, cutpurses, and prostitutes emerged and flourished.
    • The other is Ifans, who for too long has been typecast as a loveable rogue.
    • Grant's affable rogue has sufficient spirit to lift the farce.
    • He seems like a genuinely kind and caring man - a bit of a rogue, but not a malicious one.
    • We can very readily identify with the lovable rogues that sauntered across the western landscapes.
    • Spade's a rogue who looks at the odds on everything before making a choice.
    • He is a likeable enough rogue, worthy of lenient treatment by this Court.
    • The count is a merciless rogue who reminds me of Orson Welles in Citizen Kane, only more megalomaniacal.
    • Joe, an aging thief, serves as the film's charming rogue, desperate for money and a clean getaway.
    • He is so convincingly cocky you want to slap him for being such a rogue.
    • After a brief apprenticeship to a surgeon, and accompanied by an old schoolfellow, the innocent man travels to London, where he encounters various rogues.
    • The presence of these loveable rogues drew crowds to enjoy their banter and rapid-fire wit.
    • How can you make a philandering cheater, who works his way through a family of sisters, anything but a rogue and a rat?
    • If you know anything about Colin in real life it's that he's something of a rogue.
    • He is a great actor and seeing him go from lost rogue to confused son to driven billionnaire to a conflicted hero is a blast.
    • On his part, he had no doubts that the claimant was an impostor and his supporters fools and rogues.
    • He began the war fighting for the Union, and it's unknown why he switched sides, perhaps because as the leader of a band of guerrilla warriors he could indulge his life as a rogue.
    • Don Quijote is eager to challenge the rogue and the Duke says he will take care of all the arrangements and have it take place at the castle.
    • Before she can marry the prince, she finds herself kidnapped by a gang of rogues led by Vizzini.
    • Talon in particular is supposed to be a charming, irreverent rogue with a ready sense of humor.
    • He plays the likeable rogue who uses an outlawed method of fishing: blowing the fish out of the water with dynamite.
    • Citizen Kane is the study of one man, both a hero and a rogue, a principled egotist who wanted others to love him, but only on his terms.
    • In fact, it's difficult to know whether it's a comedy at all, or just an entertaining movie about likeable rogues.
    • He was also remarkably a versatile actor, excelling equally well at noble princes and light-hearted rogues.
    • Always a rugged charmer in days gone by, he retains these traits as a loveable rogue in this film.

adjective

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    (male/elephant) solitario
    (elephant/male) que vive apartado de la manada
    • Embarrassed, Nadeem changed the subject to the damage a rogue elephant can do.
    • The film describes the hunting down of a rogue elephant in Assam.
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    (trader/company) deshonesto
    • There are still rogue casino operators out there that are looking for a quick kill but they are in the minority.
    • With organic farming, songs from k d lang and some cracking yodelling from our rogue maverick rap star, complaints should only raise a whisper.
    • The police and the press surround the rogue aircraft and await its inhabitants to depart.
    • Both sequels are based on Robert Ludlum novels about a rogue CIA super assassin.
    • A rogue Russian rapscallion uses random acts of terror to advance his cause, which is never fully explained.
    • The cheerful officer takes over the station, just as a rogue Minbari warship comes looking for trouble.
    • Did anyone you researched think of themselves not as rogue scientists but as outsider artists, with a sheen of irony around their projects?
    • These rogue molecules corrupt healthy cells - a process that ultimately underlies cellular aging.
    • A better film would have been the battle between the rogue FBI agent and convict vs. the enigmatic Brother Payne.
    • Poor quality paving work by rogue traders has left homeowners facing massive repair bills.
    • To add more fuel to the fire, the entire break-in happens in front of a rogue FBI agent who is staking out Zammeti's house from across the street.
    • Proving he's just as effective at psychological warfare, Hannibal bugs their uniforms and messes with their minds until the rogue cops give themselves up.
    • Without heat or gas on a bitter winter night, the rogue residents nonetheless resist distant relocation.
    • The story turns rote, like a billion spy novels where the rogue agent has to meet his superiors and turn the tables.
    • Rogue states and terrorists do not seek to attack us using conventional means.
    • A new documentary that premiered at the Sundance festival film last week argues that these rogue companies aren't the exception, they're the rule.
    • Are these rogue sciences crimes against nature?
    • The Enterprise gang finds a planet where the normal social order has been altered by a rogue Starfleet captain looking to save his own life.
    • For the Northern Great Plains, outbreaks of this rogue RNA molecule in winter wheat can mean big losses.
    • He soon appears as Luther evades capture by the local police, the rogue Secret Service agents and Sullivan's hired assassin.