Translation of lousy in Spanish:

lousy

Pronunciation: /ˈlaʊzi/

adj (-sier, -siest)

  • 1 1.1 (bad) [colloquial/familiar] [food/weather] asqueroso [familiar/colloquial] a lousy film/party una película/fiesta malísima or [vulgar] de mierda we had a lousy time lo pasamos pésimo or (Esp tb) fatal [familiar/colloquial] that's the lousiest trick in the book ¡qué cochinada más grande! [familiar/colloquial] he's a lousy driver maneja or (Esp) conduce pésimo I'm feeling lousy today hoy me siento pésimo, hoy estoy fatal (Esp) [familiar/colloquial] I'm lousy at languages/spelling soy un desastre para los idiomas/en ortografía [familiar/colloquial] I got a lousy $50 me saqué 50 cochinos dólares [familiar/colloquial], me saqué 50 chingados dólares (Méx) [vulgar] 1.2 (swarming) [slang/argot] (pred)to be lousy with sth he was lousy with money estaba forrado (de dinero) [familiar/colloquial], estaba podrido en plata or (Esp) podrido de dinero [familiar/colloquial] the place was lousy with cops el lugar estaba plagado de policías
  • 2 (infested with lice) [hair/child] lleno or plagado de piojos

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