Translation of streaky in Spanish:
adjective -kier, -kiest
- 1.1 (uneven) See examples: the paint's dried streakyel color no ha quedado uniforme al secarse la pinturael color ha quedado disparejo al secarse la pintura (Latin America)Example sentences1.2 (British English) (Cookery)streaky pork
1.3(unpredictable) (American English) [colloquial]Example sentences
- After the season, the 21-year-old with the streaky blond hairdo kept the entertainment coming.
- The attacker is described as white, with an Irish accent, streaky hair, which is possibly grey, and face stubble.
- My brother Norton stumbled out, his hand slipping from that of a pretty girl with long, streaky blonde hair.
- I would call myself a streaky putter and I didn't putt well last year, apart from on two or three occasions.
- Both Townsend and Logan are streaky kickers, while Hodge's attempts to replicate his Reivers form in a Scotland shirt have been worryingly fitful.
- ‘I was very streaky in the semis, but fortunately I had an early lead on Carol, which took some of the pressure off,’ said Dorin-Ballard.
- I am very streaky, though; when I do get on a roll I hole just about everything from close range.
- Although the Australian then failed to connect cleanly, his streaky shot still managed to sneak in at the near post.
- Jonty's job was to keep the players on their toes; keep urging them to strive for perfection; to watch the next ball; to catch the next catch; to run-out the next streaky run-stealer.
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