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Traducción en español de “foul”

foul

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.
(Definition of foul from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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