Definition of candy-ass in English:

candy-ass

Translate candy-ass into Spanish

noun

informal, derogatory North American
  • A timid, cowardly, or despicable person.

    • ‘I'm too much of a candy-ass to be a crab fisherman’
    • ‘If you're some kind of a candy-ass, I'll warn you that we offer down-home rock & roll for the pure of heart and soul.’

Pronunciation

candy-ass

/ˈkandēˌas/ /ˈkændiˌæs/

adjective

informal, derogatory North American
  • Timid, cowardly, or despicable.

    • ‘candy-ass sellouts’
    • ‘It was nothing more than a vacation from having some candyass lieutenant tell you what to do.’
    • ‘“Thank you”, Jim said politely, moving onto the bed, “candy-ass Ranger boy.”’
    • ‘Fowler can't, as far as I'm aware, convincingly lay the smackdown on any of the assorted candyass jabronies that hang round Albert Square.’
    • ‘Tell those candy-ass wannabe pitchers to stick it.’
    • ‘You've got sixty seconds to bring the check, you candy-ass bootlick!’
    • ‘That Shawn Hatosy would say what's wrong with this soggy, tedious retread of the candy-ass private academy coming-of-age story.’
    • ‘I always assumed these books were filled with candy-ass, trite palliatives.’
    • ‘You steal the crown jewel of a man's soul, and your only excuse is some candy-ass Hallmark card sentiment?’
    • ‘I'm just thankful that none of my buds saw me behind the wheel of such a candy-ass car.’
    • ‘The guy looked at me like I was a pathetic, candy-ass mama's boy.’

Pronunciation

candy-ass

/ˈkandēˌas/ /ˈkændiˌæs/