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American English: /ˈræɡəˌməfən/
British English: /ˈraɡəmʌfɪn/

Translation of ragamuffin in Spanish:


  • pilluelo, (-la) (masculine, feminine)
    golfillo, (-lla) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Why had she even gone with the dirty little ragamuffin?
    • ‘We turned up like little raggamuffins,’ she recalled.
    • I once met Keegan at Heathrow and he took the time out to have a talk with four ragamuffins, when some would have just walked past and ignored us.

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