Translation of scruffy in Spanish:

scruffy

dejado, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈskrəfi//ˈskrʌfi/

adjective

  • 1informal

    (person) dejado
    (person) desaliñado
    I'm too scruffy to go in there no puedo entrar ahí en esta(s) facha(s) / con esta facha / con esta(s) pinta(s)
    • your handwriting is getting very scruffy tienes la letra cada vez peor
    • a scruffy-looking building un edificio de aspecto destartalado
    • There was just one other sad, unfulfilled customer at the bar, trying to catch the eye of the scruffy teen working the pumps.
    • Certain parts of Bolton are dirty and scruffy, caused by a minority of dirty people and neglect.
    • One had blond hair and was scruffy, with a blue top and jeans, while the other wore a dark blue top.
    • I always promised to do better but I was an incurably scruffy boy who never did do well on the pulled-up socks side of life.
    • He's dressed in scruffy jeans and a faded biker jacket, talking in quiet, understated tones.
    • His scruffy appearance made him look dirty next to the clean bright sterile walls of the hospital.
    • I wore it to some rather posh restaurants and not once did I feel scruffy or unkempt.
    • And then he glanced at his own almost crumpled gray shirt and the plain scruffy jeans.
    • It's all about contrasts and contradictions - the smart and the scruffy, the rough and the smooth.
    • Having arrived at 9am from Aberdeen, the pair were clad more as mad hatters tea party than scruffy gig chic.
    • I felt ashamed to let anyone come to the flat because it was filthy, smelly and scruffy.
    • The whole head is fluffed up and gently back-combed, so that it looks scruffy and unkempt.
    • He pulls his curly locks back into a bushy ponytail and wears a somewhat scruffy goatee.
    • Zach was decked out in the same scruffy jeans he'd been wearing in the video.
    • If the jeans were baggy and scruffy, the whole outfit would be unbalanced.
    • Born in 1912, Turing was a shy, scruffy young man, but a gifted mathematician and scientist.
    • He was looking down, he was scruffy, he had dirty jeans and he was not on this planet.
    • Bit scruffy and mangy himself, but blessed with a true heart of gold.
    • In seconds, it seemed, she was back in her scruffy jeans and rainbow fingerless gloves, ready to go.
    • My winter coat is too warm for this time of year and my jeans jacket is too scruffy for work.