tortuoso translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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tortuoso

  
      adj  
1    [camino]   winding, full of twists and turns
2    [conducta]   devious
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
ligeramente tortuoso exp.
slightly tortuous

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"tortuoso": examples and translations in context
La consecución de un acuerdo en el Consejo ha sido un camino largo y tortuoso. Achieving agreement in the Council has been a long and tortuous journey.
Por lo tanto, el procedimiento para remediar la incertidumbre es algo tortuoso. The procedure for remedying uncertainty was thus somewhat tortuous.
Tiene un efecto tortuoso en nuestra convivencia. It's having a torturous effect on our relationship.
Nada tortuoso, sólo contrapeso de... psicología. Nothing torturous, just counterbalance of a... psychology.
Tienes que ser deshonesto y tortuoso y frío. You have to be dishonest and devious and cold.
- Tenías esa mezcla surreal de tonto y tortuoso. - You got that surreal mix of goofy and devious.
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