There are 2 entries that translate twit into Spanish:

Share this entry

twit 1

American English: /twɪt/
British English: /twɪt/

noun

  • (British) [colloquial] you silly twit! (affectionate)
    ¡tonto!
    ¡bobo! [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Both camps, according to White House insiders, are silly twits.
    • He thought of them as the lowest of low in the class known as CTJN class, the ‘creeps, twits, jerks and nerds’ class.
    • While I'd seen my fair share of mediocre upper middle-class twits leapfrog their contemporaries, I really believed that the results-driven media game was largely a meritocracy.
Share this entry
 

There are 2 entries that translate twit into Spanish:

Share this entry

twit 2

transitive verb present participle twitting past tense, past participle twitted

  • to twit somebody (about/over something)
    tomarle el pelo a alguien (por algo)
    Example sentences
    • Three cheers therefore for the man, who a day later in The Times skilfully twitted his ignorant colleague.
    • I like to twit my family somewhat, as this will show.
    • A Rastafarian waving a flag twitted me as I pushed through the noisy crowd.
Share this entry
 

What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?

Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.