- 1 1.1 (maltrecho) salió muy malparado de esa pelea he was in a bad way o in a sorry state after that fight [colloquial/familiar], he came out of that fight very badly él fue el que salió más malparado he was the one who came off worst [colloquial/familiar] en el debate televisado quedó muy malparado he took a real battering in the television debate, he came out of the television debate very badly 1.2 (frente a los demás) no le mandamos ni un ramo de flores y quedamos muy malparados we didn't even send him a bunch of flowers and it looked very bad no me avisaste que era su cumpleaños y me dejaste muy malparado you didn't tell me that it was her birthday and made me look really bad [colloquial/familiar] ver tb parado1 4
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