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sketchy

Pronunciation: /ˈsketʃi/

Translation of sketchy in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo (-chier, -chiest)

  • [account/treatment] muy superficial; [memories] vago; [knowledge] muy básico or elemental; [piece of work] demasiado esquemático
    Example sentences
    • The story is sketchy and vague about where the funds went.
    • Unfortunately, the information available on this issue has been extremely vague and sketchy.
    • The person who has sat next to me every day for the last 18 months is just a jumble of sketchy features and vague associations.

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