English translation of 'desajeitado'
desajeitadodesajeitada [dʒizaʒejˈtadu, a]
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'desajeitado' in Other Languages
British English: clumsy /ˈklʌmzɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A clumsy person moves or handles things in an awkward way.
As a child she was very clumsy.
- American English: clumsy
- Arabic: أَخْرَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: desajeitado
- Chinese: 笨拙的
- Croatian: nespretan
- Czech: nemotorný
- Danish: kluntet
- Dutch: onhandig
- European Spanish: torpe
- Finnish: kömpelö
- French: gauche maladroit
- German: ungeschickt
- Greek: άτσαλος
- Italian: maldestro
- Japanese: 不器用な
- Korean: 서투른
- Norwegian: klosset
- Polish: niezgrabny
- European Portuguese: desajeitado
- Romanian: neîndemânatic
- Russian: неуклюжий
- Spanish: torpe
- Swedish: klumpig
- Thai: งุ่มง่าม
- Turkish: sakar
- Ukrainian: незграбний
- Vietnamese: vụng về
British English: cumbersome ADJECTIVE
Something that is cumbersome is large and heavy and therefore difficult to carry, wear, or handle.
Although the machine looks cumbersome, it is actually easy to use.
British English: unwieldy ADJECTIVE
If you describe an object as unwieldy, you mean that it is difficult to move or carry because it is so big or heavy.
They came panting up to his door with their unwieldy baggage.
Translation of desajeitado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary