There are 2 main translations of malpensado in English:

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malpensado 1

also: feminine: malpensada

adjetivo

  • no seas malpensado
    don't jump to conclusions
    why do you always think the worst of people?
    seré malpensado, pero no puedo creer que …
    I'm probably being unfair but I can't believe …
    it's probably nasty of me to think this but I can't believe …
Example sentences
  • "Siendo malpensado el ""acuerdo transversal"" podría consistir en aquietar las aguas."
  • No hay que ser malpensado ni experto para saberlo.
  • Ah, y además no me sea malpensado, amigo.

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There are 2 main translations of malpensado in English:

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malpensado 2
also: feminine: malpensada

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • eres una malpensada
    you always think the worst of people o jump to conclusions
Example sentences
  • "Cualquier malpensado creería que fue un empate ""consensuado""."
  • "Cualquier malpensado creería que fue un empate ""consensuado""."
  • Un malpensado diría que se están evitando la mirada.

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