Translation of "underhand" - English-Spanish dictionary

underhand

adjective uk /ˌʌn.dəˈhænd/ us /-dɚ-/ mainly UK US usually underhanded disapproving

done secretly, and sometimes dishonestly, in order to achieve an advantage

solapado, poco limpio
What really angered her was the dirty, underhand way they had tricked her.
adjective, adverb uk /ˌʌn.dəˈhænd/ us /-dɚ-/ US UK underarm

(done by) moving the arm below shoulder level

sin levantar el brazo por encima del hombro
underhand throwing
He pitched underhand for the younger children.
→ Opposite overhand

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