Translation of wayward in Spanish:

wayward

Pronunciation: /ˈweɪwərd; ˈweɪwəd/

adj

  • [youth] díscolo, caprichoso
    More example sentences
    • A fabulous young woman leading a project for wayward pupils explained how difficult it was for boys in her community.
    • Many religious texts legitimise keeping wayward women under control through the use of physical violence.
    • However, in 1998, I changed my wayward behaviour and, within a few months, closed all but one account.

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