Traducción de "nasty" - Diccionario Inglés-Español


adjective uk /ˈnɑː·sti/ us /ˈnæs·ti/ comparative nastier, superlative nastiest

B1 not kind

She’s always being nasty to her little brother.

B1 very bad

grave, con mala pinta
He had a nasty cut above his eye.
There’s a nasty smell in here.

very angry or violent

When I asked for the money, he turned / (= became) really nasty.

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


adjective /ˈnaːsti/ (comparative nastier, superlative nastiest)

unpleasant to the senses

asqueroso, desagradable, repugnante
a nasty smell.

unfriendly or unpleasant in manner

The man was very nasty to me.

wicked; evil

He has a nasty temper.

(of weather) very poor, cold, rainy etc

I’ve had enough of this nasty weather.

(of a wound, cut etc) serious

feo, grave
That dog gave her a nasty bite.

awkward or very difficult

peligroso, difícil
a nasty situation.
nastily adverb

She laughed at him nastily.
nastiness noun

maldad, rencor
There’s no need for such nastiness.

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