Translation of snafu in Spanish:

snafu

Pronunciation: /snæˈfuː; ˈsnæfuː/

adjective/adjetivo

  • [slang/argot] (predicative/predicativo) everything went snafu todo salió como el culo [vulgar]
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    • In a follow-up to the seaweed snafu news of these past weeks, we can report that some of the weed has been dispersed but there remains a persistent pungency in the on-shore breeze.

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