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.
Fico feliz por te teres safado, filho. I'm glad you made it, son.
Há muito tempo que procuramos este safado. We've been looking for this punk a long time.
Olhem, atacamos aquele riquinho safado, o Hammond. Look, we jumped that rich punk, Hammond.
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