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Translation of "wicked" - English-Spanish dictionary

wicked

adjective   /ˈwɪk·ɪd/
very bad and morally wrong malvado a wicked man
very informal very good estupendo They sell some wicked clothes.
wickedly adverb /ˈwɪk·ɪd·li/
malvadamente
wickedness noun [no plural] /ˈwɪk·ɪd·nəs/
maldad
(Definition of wicked from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wicked

adjective /ˈwikid/
evil; sinful malvado, cruel, insoportable He is a wicked man That was a wicked thing to do.
wickedly adverb
malvadamente, cruelmente She smiled wickedly.
wickedness noun
maldad, crueldad
(Definition of wicked from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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