Translation of badass in Spanish:


malaleche, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbædˌæs/ /ˈbadas/


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    malaleche masculine, feminine Spain informal
    antipático masculine
    antipática feminine
    badass attitude actitud antipática
    • badass temper malas pulgas
    • Together they run through the obligatory tunes about being badasses, living for rock 'n' roll, and, in classic metal ballad form, confessing that even a confirmed rock 'n' roll badass needs a lady by his side.
    • I wonder if he is physically up for playing one of the biggest badasses I've ever encountered in my (decidedly pathetic) comic-reading history?
    • Police need to know we're watching them, that getting personal and acting like unruly badasses helps us do the same and gives all the many good cops a bad name.
    • Perhaps it's because leather jackets have, for as long as I can remember, been associated with guys with a bad-boy image - mobsters, celebrity badasses and motorcycle enthusiasts alike exude such personas.
    • On the street, it serves to warn off would-be badasses; in an interrogation situation it serves to intimidate the person questioned - a cop who is ready to do you violence is more likely to think he can do you violence and get away with it.
    • It was the era of the trash talking foul-mouthed badasses.
    • Everything about their demeanor proclaimed them to be badasses.
    • He's just a real badass, wedded to the mission without really caring what it is.
    • Yet we're soon shown through a series of flashbacks that Veronica was not always an unapologetic badass.
    • He's a badass who enjoys smashing things just for the thrill of it.
    • I wasn't one of those girls that smoked in high school, but rest assured I was a badass.
    • He's decided that the only way to get on in this world is to be a badass.