There are 2 main translations of deviant in Spanish:

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deviant 1

American English: /ˈdiviənt/
British English: /ˈdiːvɪənt/

adjective

  • (practices/conduct)
    que se aparta de la norma
    (person/personality)
    Example sentences
    • He calls himself ‘a problem drinker, a user and occasional abuser of narcotics, a high school dropout, a pessimist prone to loose women and no stranger to prostitutes and deviant sexual behaviour’.
    • Given these contradictory insights from the literature, the issue of deviant behaviour and informal social control in peer - to - peer networks needs more empirical research.
    • This, in turn, reinforces the idea that children who exhibit any kind of sexual behavior are deviant in some way.

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There are 2 main translations of deviant in Spanish:

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deviant 2

noun

  • (individuo de conducta desviada)

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