Translation of toerag in Spanish:

toerag

sinvergüenza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtəʊraɡ/

noun

British
slang

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    sinvergüenza masculine
    • If there wasn't religion then these evil toerags would find another excuse for beating each other.
    • I'd been expecting the coaches to be ruthless, overly competitive, blowing whistles and shouting: ‘No, you useless toerag, hit the deck and give me 20.’
    • Also, anyone who refuses to kowtow to that toerag is OK with me.
    • There have always been toerags but not as many as today.
    • So long as they subsidise laziness, indulge envy, and give little toerags the benefit of the doubt then it doesn't surprise me that the little toerags will carry on.
    • Last week the little toerag that delivers the paper left it on top of the letterbox, allowing Melbourne rain to do its evil work.
    • Why would anyone trust anything the lying toerags said without proof?
    • It is exactly the kind of place you would expect not to meet a toerag like me.
    • He still thinks he's better than any of the little toerags he has to coach.
    • You hear them called toerags, but that is too nice for them.
    • But don't you think a mayoral chain of office would be just a little too ostentatious, even for your most dumb-witted feral toerag on the street?
    • The toddler-shooting toerag is facing his trial.
    • Those two toerags are canvassing for what they believe is going to be a bodiless war.
    • If only the local toerags sitting opposite knew what thrills these cardboard tubes contained.
    • As soon as they'd finished singing every word of 'Morning Train', I thought the little toerags would shut up.
    • They are taking out some of the young toerags for a while, but I am not certain how long that will last.
    • Contrary to the on-field image of a narky, moaning toerag who strops as easily as he struts his skills, the ‘real-life’ character is far more personable, amusing and infinitely more likeable.
    • A non-custodial sentence might be hard to bear for the unfortunate householder who has had the sanctity of his home violated by some amoral toerag.
    • So last week some toerag flytipped some garden rubbish on the farm, so we tidied it up and tried to burn it.