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malicioso

  
      adj  
1    (=malintencionado)   malicious, spiteful
2    (=pícaro)   mischievous  
una mirada maliciosa      a mischievous look  
3    (=astuto)   sly, crafty
4    (=malo)   wicked, evil
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
malicioso adj.
malicious

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he cloaked his barbed comments with apparent innocence
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'malicioso' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
software malicioso
exp.
ser malicioso con algn
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"malicioso": examples and translations in context
Significa sentir placer malicioso por la desgracia de otros. It means to take spiteful, malicious delight... in the misfortune of others.
Hice eso porque él parecía ser bastante malicioso. I did that because he seemed to be quite malicious.
Entonces pensaba que usted era un viejo malicioso y mezquino. At the time I thought you were a mean-spirited, vicious old man.
La asesina más astuta del conde Dooku, Asajj Ventress... lidera el malicioso ataque. Count Dooku's most cunning assassin, Asajj Ventress, leads the vicious attack.
Tenía la reputación de ser malicioso, podríamos decir, en su trabajo y socialmente. He had a kind of reputation for being mischievous, shall we say, in his work and socially.
Tiene un buen cuerpo, y un aire malicioso. She has a nice figure and I like her mischievous look.
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