Translation of scaredy-cat in Spanish:

scaredy-cat

miedoso, n.

Pronunciation /ˈskɛːdɪkat//ˈskɛrdiˌkæt/

noun

informal

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    miedoso masculine
    miedosa feminine
    miedica feminine Spain informal
    • This is the sound that once had scaredy-cats such as me running for cover the length and breadth of the nation.
    • ‘I'm not a scaredy-cat,’ she protested, pouting slightly.
    • In addition to being a scaredy-cat, I am also a celebrity gossip fan, so I am reproducing several of the more eye-catching ones here for you.
    • I was a bit of a scaredy-cat when it came to storms.
    • Of course, being the scaredy-cats we were, we tried to avoid meeting our classmates.
    • ‘Some of the scaredy-cats sprint right to Danielle to be on her team because they know she'll handle it,’ says Manning.
    • In the grubby gaze and glare of publicity, the ACT members run like scaredy-cats - like the scared hares that they are.
    • You were a scaredy-cat, there's no doubt about it, naa.
    • ‘If you're such a scaredy-cat, why don't you leave with the rest of them,’ she suggested.
    • I don't mean to be a scaredy-cat, but the high board is high… really high.
    • ‘Talk about a couple of scaredy-cats!’ he said, ‘Afraid of a little thunder!’
    • Despite what scaredy-cats decry as a wacko platform, he hasn't managed his campaign with incompetence.
    • Apparently European consumers will readily discard excess packaging at the till, but I'm too much of a scaredy-cat.
    • He needed to stand up for himself, be more outgoing, and stop being such a scaredy-cat.