Translation of rotten in Spanish:
- 1.1(decayed) (wood/fruit)he's rotten to the coreto spoil somebody rottenestá corrompido hasta la médulamimar demasiado a alguienmalcriar a alguienExample sentences1.2 [colloquial] (bad) See examples:what rotten weather!
that's a rotten thing to do¡qué tiempo más horrible or asqueroso!that was really rotten of hereso es una maldaddon't be so rotten to hereso fue una maldad de su partehe's a rotten singer I'm rotten at Frenchno seas tan malo or [colloquial] asqueroso con ellato feel rottenen francés soy un desastre(ill)sentirse mal or [colloquial] fatal(guilty)sentirse culpableExample sentences
- If that wasn't bad enough, it also smelled of putrid rotten eggs.
- I caught it too… a foul, noxious odor, the sulfur of rotten eggs, the reek of sewage and decay.
- Pools of boiling hot mud - filling the air with the smell of sulfur, similar to rotten eggs - are seen not far from the island's beautiful beaches.
- Americans may remember auto manufacturer, which vanished from the U.S. market in 1987, for poor quality and rotten reliability.
- If you only knew how many lousy meals and rotten movies he has dragged Diana to throughout the years.
- In general, funds with poor long-term past performance tend to have rotten future performance.
- I can't wait to get out of this dirty, rotten place.
- He reeked and tears filled her eyes from a mix of his rotten smell and the pain his dirty fingernails were causing as they dug into her cheek.
- That's one reason that I thought she'd had a rotten time at the social.
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