Translation of profanity in Spanish:
noun/nombre (plural -ties)
- 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (blasphemy, vulgarity) irreverencia (feminine), blasfemia (feminine)Example sentences1.2 countable/numerable (swear word) blasfemia (feminine)
- Janis Joplin is fined $200 for violating local profanity and obscenity laws for her performance after a concert in Tampa, Florida.
- The atmosphere of the billiard room, it was suggested in South Shields, was also conducive to profanity and bad language.
- Zora raises her hand: ‘Never use profanity or inappropriate language.’
- I didn't notice him until he ejected a stream of swear words and profanities when we were told to leave the train and wait on platform three.
- Looking over my shoulder, it was alarming to see 20 people in black charging through gravestones, mouthing profanities.
- His mumbled curses and profanities were becoming more and more apparent.
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