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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.
Desde comienzos del decenio de 1990 nuestro país ha recorrido un camino tortuoso. Since the early 1990s, our country has travelled a tortuous path.
Llamó a Sir Malcolm Frazer un tortuoso fulano de tal. You called Sir Malcolm Frazer a devious so-and-so.
Será algo tortuoso y excesivamente complicado. It'll be something devious and overcomplicated.
El tortuoso reloj continúa bajando en el cuarto. Clock winding down now in the fourth quarter.
En ocasiones puede ser tortuoso y siempre es exigente. It can sometimes be winding and it is always demanding.
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