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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "licentious" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 45 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
licentious libertino [adj]
General
licentious licencioso [adj]
licentious bigardo [adj]
licentious desgarrado [adj]
licentious licenciosa [adj/f]
licentious bigarda [adj/f]
licentious desgarrada [adj/f]
licentious bigardo [adj] disused
licentious desgarrado [adj]
licentious disoluto [adj]
licentious roto [adj]
licentious acolchonado [adj] PR
licentious absoluto [adj] HN SV NI
licentious desenfrenado [adj]
licentious desenvuelto [adj]
licentious desordenado [adj]
licentious desahogado [adj]
licentious disipado [adj]
licentious disoluto [adj]
licentious distraído [adj] rare
licentious hampón [adj]
licentious inmoral [adj]
licentious perdulario [adj]
licentious libre [adj]
licentious malo [adj]
licentious muelle [adj]
licentious sobrado [adj]
licentious voluptuoso [adj]
licentious sórdido [adj]
licentious voluptuosa [adj/f]
licentious disipada [adj/f]
licentious disoluta [adj/f]
licentious distraída [adj/f] rare
licentious libertina [adj/f]
licentious sobrada [adj/f]
licentious sórdida [adj/f]
licentious desahogada [adj/f]
licentious hampona [adj/f]
licentious perdularia [adj/f]
licentious desenfrenada [adj/f]
licentious desenvuelta [adj/f]
licentious desordenada [adj/f]
licentious mala [adj/f]
Colloquial
licentious galante [adj]
licentious braguetero [adj]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "licentious" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 14 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
General
licentious person bigarda [f] disused
licentious person bigardo [m] disused
licentious person disoluto [m]
the quality of being licentious licenciosidad [f]
licentious person disoluta [f]
licentious (woman) chulla [adj/f] EC
idle and licentious life tuna [f]
lead a licentious life desgarrarse [v]
leading a licentious life tunante [adj]
licentious friar bigardo [m]
licentious feast and dance jorco [m] rur. rare
a licentious dance of the 18th century sueño [m]
fescennine (licentious; obscene) verde [adj]
Idioms
lead a disorderly and licentious life ser un crápula [v]