Translation of spendthrift in Spanish:


despilfarrador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈspɛn(d)ˌθrɪft//ˈspɛn(d)θrɪft/


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    despilfarrador masculine
    despilfarradora feminine
    derrochador masculine
    derrochadora feminine
    gastador masculine
    gastadora feminine
    botarate feminine
    • Get tough with Republican spendthrifts in Congress by trimming the pork in spending bills for highways, energy, and agriculture while reminding them of core conservative fiscal principles.
    • And only the rich and the spendthrift could afford to sleep here - or so I had thought.
    • And the Air Force career they later had didn't exactly allow them to become spendthrifts.
    • They are themselves always, and without any exception, the greatest spendthrifts in the society.
    • You see, by taking the trust fund surplus - almost $151 billion in the last fiscal year - away from those wanton spendthrifts in Congress, the administration will enforce that discipline.
    • Suddenly I could appreciate the position of all those slinking spendthrifts I had rented from over the years.
    • If you are a spendthrift before retiring you will be a spendthrift during retirement.
    • A prize draw aimed at compulsive spendthrifts has been run by a Chilean bank.
    • Now that I've isolated the spendthrifts, please understand that I'm not making an argument for this record's kitsch value.
    • Natural selection designed us to be spendthrifts.
    • Recovering alcoholics shouldn't frequent bars nor should spendthrifts frequent mails.
    • When it comes to shopping, separate yourself from the spendthrifts in your life because the high they get from spending can be infectious and dangerous to your financial health.
    • Today's gleaners are a disparate bunch: artists and activists, spendthrifts and street kids.
    • In 1942, he already had a reputation as a spendthrift and a playboy, misbehaving in Brazil and frittering away the budget for another unfinished film.
    • This makes them positive spendthrifts in a country where the average price of a bottle of wine is still under £4.
    • Don't go down in history as a spendthrift, who threw away the country's wealth and squandered the opportunity to truly develop our nation.
    • Working for a multinational and being the spendthrift that he is, he doesn't have the money to buy a laptop for himself, at least not a brand new laptop.
    • To give such serial spendthrifts the power of the Inland Revenue, to tax residents on the basis of their incomes, would be a dangerous move.
    • We seem to have become a nation of late bookers and seat-of-our-pants spendthrifts, incapable even of saving for our own pensions.
    • This is a president who's the biggest spendthrift that I've seen since I've been paying attention in politics.


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    (policies/habits) de despilfarro
    (habits/policies) de derroche
    (organization/person) despilfarrador
    (person/organization) derrochador