English translation of 'descarado'
descaradodescarada [dʒiskaˈradu, a]
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'descarado' in Other Languages
British English: blatant /ˈbleɪtnt/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something you think is bad as blatant, you mean that it is very obvious.
He made up blatant lies to my father about me.
- American English: blatant
- Arabic: صَارِخ
- Brazilian Portuguese: descarado
- Chinese: 公然的
- Croatian: očit
- Czech: očividný
- Danish: åbenlys
- Dutch: overduidelijk
- European Spanish: descarado ostensible
- Finnish: räikeä
- French: flagrant
- German: offensichtlich
- Greek: κραυγαλέος
- Italian: sfacciato
- Japanese: 露骨な
- Korean: 뻔한
- Norwegian: grov
- Polish: bezczelny
- European Portuguese: descarado
- Romanian: sfruntat
- Russian: вопиющий
- Spanish: descarado
- Swedish: uppenbar
- Thai: ชัดแจ้ง
- Turkish: apaçık
- Ukrainian: вульгарний
- Vietnamese: rõ ràng
British English: brazen ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person or their behaviour as brazen, you mean that they are very bold and do not care what other people think about them.
Masked thieves staged a brazen daylight robbery.
British English: shameless ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as shameless, you mean that they should be ashamed of their behaviour, which is unacceptable to other people.
...a shameless attempt to stifle the debate.
Translation of descarado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary