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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
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"endemoniado": examples and translations in context
Creo que es un jugador de waterpolo endemoniado. It's a demon water polo player, I guess.
Y quiero la información de mercado de este endemoniado muñeco antes de que termine el día. And I want the media saturation numbers on this demon doll before the end of business today.
Desafortunadamente, ustedes dos no pueden derrotar a un espíritu endemoniado. Unfortunately, the two of you cannot defeat the devil spirit.
Cualquier cosa es posible cuando el endemoniado viento sigue soplando. Anything's possible when the devil winds are blowing.
Pero eres un ladrón y un endemoniado inútil. But you are a thief and a no-good good-for-nothing.
¿Sigue ese endemoniado de Bill Chandler trabajando para ti? Is that no-good Bill Chandler still working for you?
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