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Spanish translation of “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
She smiled mischievously.
(Definition of mischief from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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