Translation of notorious in Spanish:


(bien) conocido, adj.

Pronunciation /noʊˈtɔriəs/ /nə(ʊ)ˈtɔːrɪəs/


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    (thief/womanizer/gossip) (bien) conocido
    (place) de mala fama
    (place) de mala reputación
    to be notorious for sth/-ing ser (bien) conocido por algo/+ inf
    tener fama de algo/+ inf
    she's a notorious liar tiene fama de mentirosa
    • what she said next is notorious lo que dijo a continuación es bien sabido
    • The list is endless, but here are a few of the more notorious celebrations of recent times.
    • In the process he became the most celebrated, or at least most notorious, journalist of his era.
    • For Dylan is not only the most renowned protest singer of his era but also its most notorious renegade.
    • But he pressed on and his next task was the crossing of the notorious Kaman River.
    • The accident took place on the notorious Fareham-to-Alton road near Mislingford.
    • Bethell has become notorious for his high-profile campaign to normalise nudity.
    • So Cambridge Spies is not the story of the most notorious agents in the history of spying, it's just a story.
    • Bills of rights are notorious for being the last ground of the desperate in litigation.
    • The incident happened along Main Road, close to the green, in a spot notorious for accidents.
    • This suggests that Matt's notorious revamp of the weekend schedule has been less than a triumph.
    • A campaign to curb speeders on one of the area's most notorious roads has been given a boost.
    • Three motorists had a lucky escape after a pile-up on a notorious stretch of the A350.
    • Once considered painfully shy, he is now notorious for being surly and unwilling to suffer fools.
    • The fruit is notorious for not falling off the tree, even when it is ripe to the point of spoiling.
    • The most notorious woman in Colchester's history is making a return to the town she razed to the ground.
    • But it was a pastime which landed him a spell in one of Greece's most notorious prisons.
    • But he also starred in countless films which are so bad they have become notorious.
    • Channel Four is to film a version of Belle de Jour, one of the more notorious weblogs, now finished.
    • This was the eighth time a vehicle has hit the wall this year in what has become a notorious accident blackspot.
    • A notorious accident spot that has been the scene of horrific road crashes is the focus of a new safety plan.