Traducción de "foul" - Diccionario Inglés-Español


adjective uk /faʊl/ us /fɑʊl/

very dirty or bad

a foul smell
The bathrooms were foul.
noun uk /faʊl/ us /fɑʊl/

an act that is against the rules of a sport

an intentional foul
verb uk /faʊl/ us /fɑʊl/

to make something very dirty

The beaches had been fouled by dogs.

to do something that is against the rules in a sport

cometer una falta contra
He was fouled as he was about to shoot at goal.

(Traducción de "foul" del Diccionario de Cambridge Inglés-Español © Cambridge University Press)


adjective /faul/

(especially of smell or taste) causing disgust

asqueroso, fétido
a foul smell.

very unpleasant; nasty

a foul mess.
foul play noun

a criminal act, especially involving murder

hecho delictivo
A man has been found dead and the police suspect foul play.

(Traducción de "foul" del PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)