Translation of haphazard in Spanish:

haphazard

Pronunciation: /hæpˈhæzərd; hæpˈhæzəd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • they promote people in a very haphazard way ascienden a la gente caprichosamente or al azar his work is very haphazard su trabajo es muy irregular his approach is very haphazard no es coherente en su enfoque

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