Translation of sneaky in Spanish:

sneaky

artero, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈsniːki//ˈsniki/

adjective

informal

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    (person) artero
    (person) taimado
    (person) cuco Spain informal
    (way/behavior) solapado
    • The sneaky suspicion in all of their heads grew and they wondered if they were right on track.
    • But he has already had a sneaky peek inside the car and was thrilled with the choice.
    • If you look for it, I've got a sneaky feeling you'll find that love actually is all around.
    • And while we're at it, why not mention the really sneaky method of making super-profits.
    • I have a sneaky feeling that you have at least two different personalities.
    • Her mother got the point and got rid of the blatent sneaky smile and replaced it with a friendly, motherly smile.
    • It wasn't that he was sneaky or even secretive, it was just that he didn't open up much.
    • He relied on his cleverness and sneaky ways to stay ahead of every one.
    • Doug and I came up with a sneaky, underhanded and brilliant plan which kept us strong and under little pressure for the first three years.
    • We all had a sneaky feeling that we didn't score enough runs that day.
    • I take a few sneaky peeps and they are always concentrating so hard.
    • Happily one of the rabbis featured in this documentary advocates a sneaky line of defence.
    • Traders have to ensure that everything they sell is marked up fairly, with no sneaky price rises smuggled in under the guise of metrification.
    • This is a sneaky development, an under-hand, sleazy way of slipping a salesman into your home without you knowing.
    • Many people think that sneaky anger and the cold shoulder are natural and harmless.
    • I have a sneaky suspicion that when he's older he'll prefer a quiet pint in his favourite pub rather than hard playing in a night club.
    • Also I'm not ashamed to put my full name and e-mail address on the bottom, not like many letter writers who are too sneaky to do so.
    • But I have a sneaky feeling that they are talking about what goes into kebabs.
    • OK, so bits of it are basically unlistenable avant-garde electro, but there's some quite sneaky beats in between.
    • Am I the only person who still gets a sneaky pleasure from slipping under the bedclothes and falling asleep fully-clothed?
    • He couldn't help but chuckle lightly at his sneaky, conniving girlfriend as he sat there.
    • Here's a sneaky, vital secret that turns conventional marketing psychology on its head.
    • Then she opens her eyes to check with sneaky little sidewards glances.
    • He had a long lens and he was surreptitiously looking round the corner into the cemetery and taking sneaky shots.
    • These are sneaky gutless gangsters who creep and crawl amongst us.
    • I feel sneaky and I wouldn't appreciate having people in my room without me being there.
    • In other words, a sneaky, crafty, deceitful person would take on the form of a snake.
    • I have a sneaky suspicion that any diagnosis that James gets now will be more for his peace of mind rather than because he'll get any better treatment.
    • This man was underhanded and sneaky, preferring to let others do the fighting for him.
    • The assassin is another female character who excels in stealth and sneaky ways of killing the baddies.
    • So why is it that without any corporate fanfare, it all feels so sneaky when you're in the middle of a secret race?
    • Be sneaky, change the date and time of your posts to reinforce the illusion that you are a conscientious employee.
    • Sick to death of its sneaky charges, poor service and the pathetic rate of interest it pays?