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crazy quilt

Translation of crazy quilt in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • (American English/inglés norteamericano) colcha (feminine) de patchwork or de retazos, centón (masculine) a crazy quilt of fields un mosaico de campos
    Example sentences
    • It is hamstrung by a crazy quilt patchwork of warring state commissions, sanctioning bodies, and dubious fight contracts.
    • It is a philosophical crazy quilt made from the sheets of our ‘wrecked romance with God.’
    • District managers, however, are faced with a crazy quilt of funding streams for purposes that match the district's strategic priorities only by happenstance, if at all.

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