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bad-mouth
American English: /ˈbædˌmaʊθ/

Translation of bad-mouth in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (US) [slang]
    hablar pestes de [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • As if I had enough to fill my plate, now I have to worry about my ex-best friend bad-mouthing me behind my back.
    • We don't have to be character assassins, we don't have to issue screeds, we don't have to be bad-mouthing other people, but we do have to use logic and reason and persuasion and show why our positions really make more sense for America.
    • We were willing to let it go, but they are bad-mouthing him.
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