Translation of "frisk" - English-Spanish dictionary

frisk

verb uk /frɪsk/ us

to use your hands to search someone’s body when they are wearing clothes to see if they are hiding illegal objects or weapons

cachear, registrar
We were all frisked at the airport.

to move around in a happy, energetic way

retozar, juguetear
a postcard with a picture of lambs frisking in the fields

(Translation of “frisk” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

frisk

verb /frisk/

to jump about playfully

brincar
The lambs are frisking in the fields.
frisky adjective (comparative friskier, superlative friskiest)

juguetón
friskily adverb

juguetónamente, atolondradamente, vivamente

(Translation of “frisk” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)