Translation of mischievous in Spanish:


travieso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪstʃɪvəs/

See Spanish definition of travieso


  • 1

    (naughty, playful)
    (child) travieso
    (grin) pícaro
    mischievous tricks travesuras
    • I can be playful, mischievous, or silly depending on how you look at things.
    • He phoned a pal who told him to try to ease the mischievous kitten from under the machine using cooking oil.
    • This politician is charming and likeable but carries the air of a bit of a mischievous rogue.
    • Barry grins back, a natural expression that makes him look mischievous.
    • Kyle looked a bit upset but Jonathan just got a mischievous look on his face.
    • A council has waged war on mischievous Halloween youngsters by banning children from buying eggs, it emerged today.
    • I could see that same mischievous glint in his eyes which was once a part of his personality.
    • His dark brown eyes had the same mischievous glint.
    • The two boys looked at each other, and a little mischievous grin developed between them.
    • Byron was shoved out of the way rather forcefully by two identical twins with very mischievous grins.
    • He gave her a little mischievous smile and returned his attention back to the teacher.
    • I turned back to Chase and gave him a little mischievous smile.
    • Sam shook his head, and a slightly mischievous smile appeared on his face.
    • She smiled at the mussed blonde hair and the cute, slightly mischievous look on Adrian's face.
    • She almost believed him until she saw the mischievous gleam in his brown eyes.
    • Me, I love my nephew to death, but I think he needs to be a bit more mischievous.
    • You never saw two siblings that were more mischievous.
    • His mother keeps a careful eye on the youngster to stop him being mischievous.
    • I am not being mischievous, but just stating the facts as I see them.
    • Sure he was a bit mischievous, but so was she.
  • 2

    • He gave a mischievous response when asked if he will continue to speak his mind if he feels circumstances demand that.
    • This practice of profiling is mischievous and harmful to a tolerant and developing society.
    • At some point, the paper will do something mischievous that prompts questions to be asked of its management.
    • Can anyone direct us to where these mischievous articles have appeared?
    • He simply cannot understand how reasonable people allow such a mischievous system to endure.
    • He is always doing something mischievous and looks guilty at all times.