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Traducciones detalladas de fumbling de inglés a español

fumbling:


Translation Matrix for fumbling:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
mastuerzo bastard; boor; churl; clot; clumsy fellow; dab; dollop; hulk; ill-mannered brute; lout; lump; prole; slob; swine
torpe bastard; booby; boor; brute; churl; clodhopper; clumsy fellow; dolt; duffer; hulk; ill-mannered brute; lout; lubber; oaf; prole; slob; swine; unlicked cub; yokel
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- bungling; clumsy; incompetent
Not SpecifiedTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
inhábil clumsy; loutish
torpe clumsy; loutish
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- blundering; groping
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
bastante mal awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; clumsy; doltish; gawky; not very good; owlish; poor; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wooden
desgalichado awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; clumsy; doltish; gawky; not very good; owlish; poor; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wooden
desgarbado awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; chubby; clumsy; doltish; gawky; heavy; not very good; owlish; plump; poor; rigid; rude; squat; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wooden
desmañado awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; ailing; arrogant; awkward; blunt; boorish; bungling; clumsy; doltish; gawky; ill-bred; impudent; indecent; inept; insolent; lanky; loutish; maladroit; not very good; objectionable; offending; offensive; overbearing; owlish; poor; presumptuous; rude; rustic; shaky; shameless; stiff; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneasy; uneducated; unhandy; unmannerly; wooden; wretched
débil awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; bad; bland; clumsy; delicate; dim; doltish; faded; faint; feeble; fragile; frail; gawky; helpless; impotent; in need of help; indigent; lurid; needy; not very good; owlish; pale; pennyless; poor; ragged; ramshackle; requiring help; rickety; sallow; slackly; stiff; tender; unable; uneasy; unhandy; vulnerable; washed out; weak; wobbly; wonky; wooden
en baja forma awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; bad; clumsy; doltish; faint; feeble; frail; gawky; not very good; owlish; pale; poor; sick; slackly; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wan; weak; wooden
inhábil awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; ailing; arrogant; awkward; blunt; boorish; bungling; clumsy; doltish; gawky; ill-bred; impudent; inept; insolent; lanky; loutish; maladroit; not very good; overbearing; owlish; poor; presumptuous; rude; rustic; shaky; shameless; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; unmannerly; wooden; wretched
larguirucho awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; clumsy; doltish; gawky; not very good; owlish; poor; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wooden
mastuerzo awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; arrogant; boorish; clumsy; doltish; gawky; ill-bred; impudent; insolent; not very good; overbearing; owlish; poor; presumptuous; rude; rustic; shameless; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; unmannerly; wooden
patoso awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; ailing; clumsy; doltish; gawky; maladroit; not very good; owlish; poor; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wooden
torpe awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; ailing; angular; arrogant; awkward; boorish; bungling; chubby; clumsy; dense; doltish; dull; gawky; heavy; ill-bred; impudent; inept; insolent; jittery; jumpy; lanky; loutish; maladroit; nervous; nervy; not very good; obtuse; overbearing; owlish; plump; poor; presumptuous; razor-sharp; rigid; rude; rugged; rustic; shaky; shameless; sharp; sharp-edged; skittish; squat; stiff; stupid; timid; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneasy; uneducated; unhandy; unmannerly; unskilled; untrained; wooden; wretched
tosco awkward; clumsy; fumbling abominable; abstemious; abusive; arrogant; barbaric; big-boned; boorish; brutal; clumsy; coarse; crass; cruel; doltish; feral; gawky; gruesome; heavily-built; hefty; heinous; ill-bred; impudent; inhuman; inhumane; insolent; not very good; overbearing; owlish; poor; presumptuous; rude; rustic; shameless; stiff; stocky; unbroken; uneasy; unhandy; unmannerly; untamed; wild; wooden
zafio awkward; clumsy; fumbling abstemious; arrogant; clumsy; doltish; gawky; impudent; insolent; not very good; overbearing; owlish; poor; presumptuous; rustic; shameless; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wooden

Palabras relacionadas con "fumbling":


Sinónimos de "fumbling":


Definiciones relacionadas de "fumbling":

  1. showing lack of skill or aptitude1
    • his fumbling attempt to put up a shelf1

fumble:

to fumble verbo (fumbles, fumbled, fumbling)

  1. to fumble
  2. to fumble (muddle; fiddle; muck; monkey; mess about)

Conjugaciones de fumble:

present
  1. fumble
  2. fumble
  3. fumbles
  4. fumble
  5. fumble
  6. fumble
simple past
  1. fumbled
  2. fumbled
  3. fumbled
  4. fumbled
  5. fumbled
  6. fumbled
present perfect
  1. have fumbled
  2. have fumbled
  3. has fumbled
  4. have fumbled
  5. have fumbled
  6. have fumbled
past continuous
  1. was fumbling
  2. were fumbling
  3. was fumbling
  4. were fumbling
  5. were fumbling
  6. were fumbling
future
  1. shall fumble
  2. will fumble
  3. will fumble
  4. shall fumble
  5. will fumble
  6. will fumble
continuous present
  1. am fumbling
  2. are fumbling
  3. is fumbling
  4. are fumbling
  5. are fumbling
  6. are fumbling
subjunctive
  1. be fumbled
  2. be fumbled
  3. be fumbled
  4. be fumbled
  5. be fumbled
  6. be fumbled
diverse
  1. fumble!
  2. let's fumble!
  3. fumbled
  4. fumbling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for fumble:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- muff
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
chapucear fiddle; fumble; mess about; monkey; muck; muddle botch; bungle; cheat; clearly define; con; define; demarcate; fence; fence in; fence off; fool about; fool around; make a mess; map out; mark out; mess; mess about; mess around; muck up; muddle; muddle on; outline; slop; spill; swindle; tinker; trace out
farfullar fumble botch; bungle; fool about; fool around; gabble; hang loosely; jabber; mess about; mess around; muddle; muddle on; mumble; speak thickly; splutter; talk drunk; tinker
manipular fiddle; fumble; mess about; monkey; muck; muddle control; keep in line; manipulate
- ball up; blow; blunder; bodge; bollix; bollix up; bollocks; bollocks up; botch; botch up; bumble; bungle; flub; fluff; grope; muck up; muff; screw up; spoil

Palabras relacionadas con "fumble":


Sinónimos de "fumble":


Definiciones relacionadas de "fumble":

  1. (sports) dropping the ball1
  2. drop or juggle or fail to play cleanly a grounder1
    • fumble a grounder1
  3. handle clumsily1
  4. feel about uncertainly or blindly1
  5. make one's way clumsily or blindly1
    • He fumbled towards the door1
  6. make a mess of, destroy or ruin1