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scruffy

Pronunciation: /ˈskrʌfi/

Translation of scruffy in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo (-fier, -fiest)

  • [colloquial/familiar] [person] dejado, desaliñado I'm too scruffy to go in there no puedo entrar ahí en esta(s) facha(s) or con esta facha or con esta(s) pinta(s) [colloquial/familiar] your handwriting is getting very scruffy tienes la letra cada vez peor a scruffy-looking building un edificio de aspecto destartalado

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