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endemoniado

  
      adj  
1    (=poseído)   possessed (of the devil)
2    (=travieso)   devilish, fiendish  
(=perverso)  
perverse  
(=furioso)  
furious, wild
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'endemoniado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
como un(os) endemoniado(s)
(IDIOMS)
exp.
condujo hasta el aeropuerto como un endemoniado
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"endemoniado": examples and translations in context
Desafortunadamente, ustedes dos no pueden derrotar a un espíritu endemoniado. Unfortunately, the two of you cannot defeat the devil spirit.
Es un viejo endemoniado, Anna. She's old devil, Anna.
El espíritu endemoniado de una novia Kinaho asesinada. The evil spirit of a murdered Kinaho bride.
Sé cómo es... dar vueltas con algo endemoniado dentro tuyo. I know how it is walking around with something evil inside you.
Creo que es un jugador de waterpolo endemoniado. It's a demon water polo player, I guess.
Brunello se libra del negro endemoniado, y se ríe de sus tretas malvadas... And Brunello frees himself from the wretched demon and he laughs at his dirty tricks...
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