Translation of scrappy in Spanish:


deshilvanado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈskræpi//ˈskrapi/

adjectivescrappiest, scrappier

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    • 1.1

      (presentation/report) deshilvanado
      my knowledge of German is very scrappy mis conocimientos de alemán son muy rudimentarios
      • This is a lean, scrappy, pit-bull of an album.
      • Still in control their concentration wavered to the point that the game became scrappy and disjointed.
      • It was scrappy and messy but ultimately triumphant as York City Knights progressed to the last 16 of the Challenge Cup.
      • Certainly, the first 45 minutes were scrappy, untidy and bereft of anything resembling skilful football.
      • The fold is off-centre giving it a scrappy, unfinished look at odds with the design's refinement.
      • Despite Ruth's goal, however, play continued to be scrappy with few scoring chances created at either end.
      • The material is subject to some wildly scrappy editing, with incidental characters brought in and summarily dropped.
      • The result was a rather scrappy, disjointed affair, where space in midfield was at a premium.
      • While it may have been a scrappy game, this performance was not riddled with the disappointment of the display at Fratton Park.
      • The scrappy and disjointed play continued after the restart as the Reivers pack began to exert more and more pressure, and began to control events.
      • What she knew about China then was limited to the Great Wall and some scrappy information learned from school textbooks.
      • Speeches and letters survive entire, though the other fragments are scrappy.
      • However, there was nothing scrappy about the wonderfully executed goal that finally broke the deadlock at a critical juncture.
      • The general impression was of a scrappy and superficial campaign, facing a coherent and single-minded Government.
      • This was a scrappy game with countless basic mistakes.
      • The appealing fragments are short and scrappy, the unappealing prose verbose and sometimes impenetrable.
      • Samples and drum loops provide the beat while scrappy guitars and synths get the crowd jumping to the feminist/pro-gay lyrics.
      • But the trouble is that referees don't like his style - he is scrappy and sometimes untidy, and is not a puncher.
      • Kilmarnock fared little better as the match descended into a scrappy affair of bad passing, close marking and bloodthirsty challenges.
      • A pair has made a scrappy, twiggy nest around six metres from the ground in one of Williams' pine trees.

    • 1.2

      (match/game) irregular

  • 2US informal

    (full of fight)
    • They like scrappy players and are willing to put up with temperament that goes along with it.
    • Jimmy sees himself as a feisty, scrappy, still up for it, 75-year-old bastard.
    • The press remains scrappy and defiant, but its skepticism about lawyers has been embraced by the mainstream.