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rapscallion
American English: /ræpˈskæljən/
British English: /rapˈskalɪən/

Translation of rapscallion in Spanish:

noun

  • [archaic or hum]
    tunante, (-ta) (masculine, feminine) [anticuado]
    Example sentences
    • These rapscallions were more likely to flee than fight if confronted by the crew.
    • The rest of the population seems to be a hodgepodge of rapscallions who all speak different languages.
    • I decided that I would give the rapscallion a severe lashing as recompense for his untimely calling.

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