safado translation | Portuguese-English dictionary

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safado

, a  
      adj     (descarado)    shameless, barefaced  ,   (imoral)    dirty,   (travesso)    mischievous
      m   rogue  
estar/ficar safado (da vida) com      to be/get furious with  
Translation Portuguese - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

safo, sábado, sacado, safanão

"safado": examples and translations in context
Se não fosse a tal multa... ele podia ter-se safado. If it wasn't for that parking ticket, he might have gotten away with it.
Tinha-se safado, se não tivesse guardado a carne na arca. Would've gotten away with it if you hadn't kept the meat.
Podia ter-se safado, mas esvaiu-se em sangue na capela. Actually might have made it, but she bled to death in the chapel.
- Aldy. Nunca te terias safado sem mim. You never would have made it without me.
Olhem, atacamos aquele riquinho safado, o Hammond. Look, we jumped that rich punk, Hammond.
Há muito tempo que procuramos este safado. We've been looking for this punk a long time.
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