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fiend

  
   n  
1    (=devil)   demonio    m  , diablo    m  
2    *   (=person)   malvado (-a)      m/f  
3    *  
(=addict)  

drugs fiend      drogadicto (-a)      m/f     
sex fiend      maníaco    m   sexual  


fresh-air fiend   *      n  
he's a fresh-air fiend      siempre quiere estar al aire libre  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
sex fiend exp.
maníaco sexual

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
drogadicto
n.
el toxicómano
adj.
enamorado del aire libre
exp.
siempre quiere estar al aire libre
exp.
debería decir {or} poner "friends", no "fiends"
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exp.
he's a sports fiend
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"fiend": examples and translations in context
The fiend's cut a swath across half the continent. Ese demonio ha usado la guadaña por medio continente.
The same fiend that killed Karis! ¡El mismo demonio que mató a Karis!
I can't help being a gorgeous fiend. No puedo dejar de ser un hermoso diablo.
Hang it all, what a cruel fiend you are. Ya basta, qué diablo cruel eres.
This fiend just raided the garrison and assaulted an officer. Este desalmado acaba de asaltar el fortín y atacar a un oficial.
A brutal fiend called M'Baku, the Man-Ape. Un brutal desalmado llamado M'Baku, el Man-Ape.
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