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Translation of "naughty" - English-Spanish dictionary

naughty

adjective   /ˈnɔː·ti/ ( comparative naughtier, superlative naughtiest)
If a child is naughty, he or she behaves badly. travieso What a naughty little girl!
naughtiness noun [no plural] /ˈnɔː·ti·nəs/
picardía
(Definition of naughty from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

naughty

adjective /ˈnoːti/ ( comparative naughtier, superlative naughtiest)
(usually of children) badly-behaved travieso a naughty boy It is naughty to kick other children.
naughtily adverb
mal, con malicia He smiled naughtily.
naughtiness noun
travesura She was punished for her naughtiness.
(Definition of naughty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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