Translation of ingrate in Spanish:


desagradecido, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnɡreɪt/ /ɪnˈɡreɪt/

Definition of desagradecido in Spanish


formal, humorous
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    desagradecido masculine
    desagradecida feminine
    ingrato masculine
    ingrata feminine
    • He shudders to think what this here group of punks and ingrates would do to a smiley guy like Clyde.
    • In the future, selfish ingrates will simply launch his remains into the sun.
    • In her book the unconverted Left are still a bunch of ingrates demanding the impossible.
    • First impressions are that it is a joyless, characterless pub, staffed by disinterested graduate students and other ingrates, with bizarrely obscure (but not in a good way) range of beers.
    • Immigrant kids are more likely to listen to their parents, and they tend not to be alienated ingrates who take their country's prosperity and opportunities for granted.
    • The sad fact for all you ingrates is that seh is indisposed doing the power-suited corporate thing today and I've got time on my hands.
    • The largesse doled out to these ingrates includes, to name but some of the freebies, house; car; medical care; and various cash benefits.
    • They go to battle and risk their lives so ingrates like you can live in luxury.
    • But what they give those ingrates is a mind-blowing rock show.
    • Many English people see us as whining ingrates.