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Translation of "brat" - English-Spanish dictionary

brat

noun   /bræt/ informal disapproving
a child, especially one who behaves badly mocoso, -a She’s behaving like a spoilt brat.621
(Definition of brat from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

brat

noun /brat/
(informal ) a child, especially one who behaves badly mocoso, crío That child is such a spoilt brat.
(Definition of brat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “brat”
in Vietnamese đứa bé hỗn xược…
in Malaysian anak nakal…
in Thai เด็กเลว…
in French garnement…
in German der Bengel, die Göre…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小孩, (尤指)顽童,淘气鬼…
in Turkish velet, yaramaz çocuk, afacan…
in Russian щенок, сопляк…
in Indonesian anak nakal…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小孩, (尤指)頑童,淘氣鬼…
in Polish bachor…
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