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bribonada

Translation of bribonada in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • dirty o mean trick
    no se olvida de una bribonada así
    one doesn't forget a dirty trick like that
    es una bribonada tratar de robar a un niño
    trying to steal from a child is a very mean trick o a very low thing to do
Example sentences
  • Aseverar algo sin dar nombres es una bribonada para crear la duda y la desconfianza.
  • Las bribonadas delincuenciales de Patzi son apenas de eslabones de una cadena que lo protege.
  • Esta nueva bribonada podría tener efectos ruinosos sobre la economía real.

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