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Spanish translation of “clumsy”

clumsy

adjective /ˈklamzi/ (comparative clumsier, superlative clumsiest)
awkward in movement etc
torpe
He’s very clumsy – he’s always dropping things.
clumsily adverb
torpemente
I clumsily dopped my mobile phone/cellphone on the concrete floor.
clumsiness noun
torpeza
She described her clumsiness in terms of always knocking things over.
(Definition of clumsy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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