Translation of awry in Spanish:


torcido, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈraɪ/ /əˈrʌɪ/


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    his hat/tie was awry llevaba el sombrero torcido/la corbata torcida
    • her clothes were all awry llevaba la ropa mal puesta
    • to go awry salir mal
    • our plans went hopelessly awry nuestros planes fracasaron rotundamente
    • Obviously little would need to go amiss for the financial plan to go awry.
    • Of course, when things go awry we always single out and punish somebody, usually the coach.
    • Some people whose expectations go awry never do get back on their feet.
    • Willie finds Leo a job, but things rapidly go awry when a job goes dramatically and violently wrong.
    • This is a case where the justness of conception and of the means to carry it out go awry due to one slightly wrong choice.
    • Results often go awry if patients use flawed techniques, which prevent the medicine from reaching the airway passage.
    • When things go awry, they escape to the underground streets of the city.
    • Things, though, go awry with the food poisoning, and the remaining nuns scramble to bury their dead.
    • Without constant attendance, such arrangements can easily go awry.
    • Things go awry when, during a carefully orchestrated operation to free one of their imprisoned mates, a guard is killed.
    • It's not because they don't like you, it's because that institution needs some recourse should the night go awry.
    • Industry circles have started making calculations but the tastes of audiences are truant and calculations may go awry.
    • But that overlooked the possibility that the war might go awry.
    • Despite the best of efforts of hospital staff, things do go awry.
    • There is the potential for preparing fish in a spice tea mix to go awry, but the first flake of perfectly poached salmon was a revelation.
    • This is where the cinematic translation really starts to go awry.
    • Just for a moment, people were wondering was it going to go awry.
    • I recognise the fact that there are days when things just go awry.
    • The slightest off-key note and the whole story can go awry.
    • If we are going to claim sexual equality, we can't throw our hands in the air and play the tragic victim when things go awry.