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3 Translation results for foul in Spanish

adjective | noun | verb

foul adjective

unfavorite favorite play sound
asqueroso, repugnante; atascado, obstruido; enredado; obsceno; malo; antirreglamentario (en deportes)

Example sentences of
foul adjective

  • I couldn't stand the foul odor of rotten eggs.
  • The medicine left a foul taste in my mouth.
  • The weather has been foul all week.

Synonyms of
foul adjective

foul noun

unfavorite favorite play sound
fouls
falta, faul

Example sentences of
foul noun

  • He hit several fouls in a row.

foul verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
fouled, has fouled, is fouling, fouls
cometer faltas (en deportes); contaminar, ensuciar; enredar

Example sentences of
foul verb

  • pollutants that foul the air
  • She fouled on her first long jump attempt.
  • He was fouled as he attempted the shot.
  • He kept fouling pitches into the stands.

Synonyms of
foul verb

Phrasal verbs for foul

Related phrases for foul

Reverse translation for foul

asqueroso  - disgusting, sickening, repulsive, foul 
repugnante  - repulsive, repugnant, revolting 
atascado  - stuck 
obsceno  - obscene 
malo  - bad, wicked, naughty, cheap, poor (quality), harmful, unwell 
antirreglamentario  (en deportes) - unlawful, illegal, foul (in sports) 
falta  - lack, defect, fault, error, offense, misdemeanor, foul (in basketball), fault (in tennis) 
faul  - foul, foul ball 
cometer faltas  (en deportes)
contaminar  - to contaminate, to pollute 
ensuciar  - to soil, to dirty 
enredar  - to tangle up, to entangle, to confuse, to complicate, to involve, to implicate 
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