Translation of graffiti in Spanish:

graffiti

Pronunciation: /grəˈfiːti/

n

  • (+ singular or plural verb/+ verbo en singular o plural) graffiti (masculine plural) graffiti artist grafitero, (masculine, feminine)
    More example sentences
    • A classroom was trashed and walls were daubed with graffiti spray before the wooden library door was set alight.
    • In Cricklade, its store has had graffiti sprayed on the walls.
    • Police in Swindon are urging residents to come forward with clues to help snare vandals who sprayed racist graffiti on walls in Old Town.

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