desafinado translation | Spanish-English dictionary



      adj   out of tune
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'desafinado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
estar desafinado
cantar desafinado
cantar/tocar desafinado
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"desafinado": examples and translations in context
Estoy desafinado, dame un minuto. I'm out of tune, just a minute.
Creo que encontrará que el piano está un poco desafinado. I think you'll find the piano's rather out of tune.
Está un poco desafinado, pero ese es el espíritu. It's a little flat, but that's the spirit.
"Si yo fuera rico" estaba en un tono perfecto, pero pienso que Tevye estuvo un poco desafinado con "Tradition." Mm. Bill: "If I Were a Rich Man" was in perfect pitch, but I thought Tevye was a little flat with "Tradition."
Jimmy no se dio cuenta de lo desafinado que estuvo. Jimmy couldn't even hear How off-key he was.
No tarareas desafinado en el oído de tu pareja; no me subes el vestido por detrás. You don't hum the music off-key in your partner's ear, you don't hike up her dress in the back.
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