Translation of toe-curling in Spanish:

toe-curling

bochornoso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈtoʊˌkərlɪŋ///

adjective

informal

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    bochornoso
    • But in the end the film is sunk by toe-curling dialogue and transparently awkward emoting.
    • Halligan's efforts at cheeky humour were toe-curling.
    • The second, though not quite matching the first's coruscating brilliance, was still peppered with hysterical moments and the usual quota of toe-curling tomfoolery.
    • It may not be the dirtiest election in history, but it will almost certainly be the most toe-curling.
    • The self-satisfaction and smugness of the text is toe-curling and its frequent sickening doses of sentimentality are like being forced-fed chopped liver with chicken fat.
    • Another toe-curling fact is that while it costs on average £3.5m to make a solo British movie, they typically take in less than £1m at the box office.
    • Where can you meet the sanctimonious priest who knows more than he's letting on, the drunken father making a toe-curling speech at his daughter's wedding, or the schoolboy with unspeakable personal habits?
    • As an exercise in cheerleading it was a toe-curling disaster.
    • This is an approximation, the original was even more toe-curling, if you can believe it.
    • The toe-curling sex scenes alone, which only the Spanish seem able to deliver, make the rental fee a small price to pay.
    • It's a toe-curling moment in a frequently stupid film.
    • He lacks any backbone, as becomes apparent during the toe-curling dinner party that forms the play.
    • The slipshod nature of so much of Kilmarnock's efforts throughout the afternoon was toe-curling.
    • This show is really just an excuse to rehash some old jokes, routines and toe-curling audience singalongs within a theatrical format.
    • I would love to avoid the toe-curling surprise presentation of a leaving card.
    • We miss its toe-curling political incorrectness, its shabby vulgarity, its embarrassed actors, and its toilet-roll scripts.
    • The blissful expression on the instructors face was toe-curling.
    • It was only a couple of minutes after his toe-curling DJ'ing started that I gave up and turned over.
    • Each of the six separate playlets showcased a man-woman relationship, pinpointing toe-curling aspects of British life across the spectrum and behind the net curtains.
    • When we catch up on the phone it's to discuss her latest short-lived conquest, the details of which are usually colourful, sometimes toe-curling and always entertaining.