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Translation of "scum" - English-Spanish dictionary

scum

noun   /skʌm/
[no plural] a layer of unpleasant or unwanted material that has formed on the top of a liquid capa de suciedad The lake near the factory was covered with grey, foul-smelling scum.1297
( plural scum) informal a very bad or immoral person or group of people escoria People who organize dog fights are scum in my opinion! His boss treats him like scum (= very badly). racist scum2448
scummy adjective   /ˈskʌm.i/ →  Idioms the scum of the earth
(Definition of scum from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scum

noun /skam/
dirty foam that forms on the surface of a liquid espuma The pond was covered with (a) scum.
bad, worthless people escoria People of that sort are the scum of the earth.
(Definition of scum from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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