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mischief

noun /ˈmistʃif/
action or behaviour (especially of children) that causes small troubles or annoyance to others
travesura, diablura
That boy is always up to some mischief.
evil, damage or harm.
daño, mal
make mischief to cause trouble etc
crear problemas
She’s always looking for an opportunity to make mischief.
mischievous /-vəs/ adjective
travieso, pícaro
a mischievous child.
mischievously adverb
maliciosamente
She smiled mischievously.
(Definition of mischief from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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