endemoniado translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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endemoniado

  
      adj  
1    (=poseído)   possessed (of the devil)
2    (=travieso)   devilish, fiendish  
(=perverso)  
perverse  
(=furioso)  
furious, wild
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
'endemoniado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
como un(os) endemoniado(s)
(IDIOMS)
exp.
condujo hasta el aeropuerto como un endemoniado
"endemoniado": examples and translations in context
Y tarde o temprano, el endemoniado mar, se los traga. And sooner or later, that old devil, she swallow them up.
Uno de los peores trucos de ese endemoniado. That's one of the worst dirty tricks of that old devil.
-Es culpa del licor endemoniado. It's the demon liquor's fault.
La princesa se hizo pasar por un conejito endemoniado. The princess pretended that she was the bunny demon
Es un viejo endemoniado, Anna. She's old devil, Anna.
Pero eres un ladrón y un endemoniado inútil. But you are a thief and a no-good good-for-nothing.
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