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rogue
American English: /roʊɡ/
British English: /rəʊɡ/

Translation of rogue in Spanish:

noun

  • pícaro, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)
    pillo, (-lla) (masculine, feminine)
    bribón, (-bona) (masculine, feminine)
    you little rogue!
    ¡granuja!
    ¡picarón!
    ¡pilluelo!
    rogues' gallery
    fichero (masculine) de delincuentes
    Example sentences
    • Beginning in sixteenth-century England, a distinct criminal culture of rogues, vagabonds, gypsies, beggars, cony-catchers, cutpurses, and prostitutes emerged and flourished.
    • In these tales, John may assume the posture of a rogue, naive rascal, or fool when he encounters an oppressive master who reminds him of his limited possibilities on the plantation.
    • Before she can marry the prince, she finds herself kidnapped by a gang of rogues led by Vizzini.
    Example sentences
    • In fact, it's difficult to know whether it's a comedy at all, or just an entertaining movie about likeable rogues.
    • He plays the likeable rogue who uses an outlawed method of fishing: blowing the fish out of the water with dynamite.
    • With a new actor assaying the role, Dov ceases to be a charming rogue and becomes a bit of a jerk.

adjective before noun

  • 1.1
    (elephant/male)
    solitario
    que vive apartado de la manada
    Example sentences
    • The film describes the hunting down of a rogue elephant in Assam.
    • Embarrassed, Nadeem changed the subject to the damage a rogue elephant can do.
    1.2
    (trader/company)
    deshonesto
    Example sentences
    • The cheerful officer takes over the station, just as a rogue Minbari warship comes looking for trouble.
    • Both sequels are based on Robert Ludlum novels about a rogue CIA super assassin.
    • With organic farming, songs from k d lang and some cracking yodelling from our rogue maverick rap star, complaints should only raise a whisper.

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