There are 3 translations of foul in Spanish:

foul1

Pronunciation: /faʊl/

adj (-er, -est)

  • 2 2.1 (horrible) (esp BrE) [colloquial/familiar], asqueroso [familiar/colloquial]; [weather] pésimo I've got a foul headache tengo un dolor de cabeza horroroso [familiar/colloquial] she was absolutely foul to him estuvo repugnante con él she's in a foul mood está de un humor de perros [familiar/colloquial] he has a foul temper tiene un genio de mil demonios [familiar/colloquial] 2.2 (unfavourable) [weather] malo, de mil demonios [familiar/colloquial] it's a foul night out hace una noche de perros [familiar/colloquial] foul wind viento (m) en contra foul weather gear impermeables (mpl) 2.3 (wicked) [literario/literary] [deed/crime] vil [literario/literary], abyecto
  • 3 (obscene) [language/gesture] ordinario, grosero to have a foul mouth ser* muy mal hablado, decir* palabrotas, ser muy boca sucia (RPl) [familiar/colloquial]
  • 5 5.1 (blocked) [drain/pipe/chimney] obstruido, atascado 5.2 (entangled) [anchor/chain/rope] enredado

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Word of the day lavado
m
wash …
Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.

There are 3 translations of foul in Spanish:

foul2

n

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Word of the day lavado
m
wash …
Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.

There are 3 translations of foul in Spanish:

foul3

vt

  • 1 (pollute) [water/air] contaminar please do not allow your dog to foul the pavement (BrE) no deje que su perro ensucie la acera
  • 2 2.1 (block) [drain/chimney] obstruir* 2.2 (entangle) [rope/chain/fishing line] enredar seaweed has fouled the propeller las algas se han enredado en la hélice 2.3 (collide with) [Naut] chocar* contra
  • 3 [Sport] cometer una falta or (AmL tb) un foul or faul contra, faulear (AmL)

vi

Phrasal verbs

foul up

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
1.1 (spoil) [plan] estropear, arruinar 1.2 (bungle) [colloquial/familiar] fastidiar [familiar/colloquial] 1.1v + adv (bungle) (AmE) [colloquial/familiar], meter la pata [familiar/colloquial]

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Word of the day lavado
m
wash …
Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.