ES pinta
volume_up
{masculine}

1. Spain, colloquial

pinta
volume_up
dodgy character {noun} [coll.]
pinta (also: bergante, tránsfuga)
volume_up
rogue {noun} [coll.]

Context sentences for "pinta" in English

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SpanishEl informe pinta de color de rosa las cuestiones fundamentales y además es contradictorio.
I think the report glosses over the basic questions and that it is contradictory.
SpanishBöge las pinta.
Things are actually not as simple as Mr Böge suggests.
SpanishLa Unión Europea como tal no pinta nada en el Banco Mundial.
The European Union as such carries no weight in the World Bank.
SpanishMuchos de nuestros conciudadanos temen un porvenir que se les pinta de negro desde hace dos décadas.
Many of our fellow citizens are fearful of a future that been starkly portrayed to them for the past two decades.
SpanishSeñor Presidente, Lord Dartmouth pinta a los Verdes como defensores de unos impuestos elevados sin justificación.
Mr President, Lord Dartmouth paints the Greens as advocates of high taxes for the sake of high taxes.
Spanishsalió en el auto del papá a tirar pinta
he went out in his dad's car to impress everyone with it
SpanishHe de decir que pinta bien a primera vista.
I must say that it looks good at first glance.
Spanishno pinta mal pero tampoco es para tanto
she's not a bad artist but she's not that good
SpanishExiste una tendencia a simplificar en exceso la situación en Ucrania; se pinta a un bando completamente de negro y al otro totalmente de blanco.
We all pray that, unlike in the past, it will be the Ukrainians alone who decide their future.
Spanishpinta figuras desproporcionadas
he paints figures which are all out of proportion
Spanish(FR) Señor Presidente, desde hace algún tiempo la afluencia de inmigrantes se pinta como una amenaza aparentemente inaceptable.
(FR) Mr President, for some time now, the influx of migrants has been portrayed as a seemingly unacceptable threat.
SpanishMuchos coches robados logran ser sacados a países fuera de la UE, donde se les pinta de nuevo, vuelven a ser matriculados y son revendidos.
Many stolen vehicles end up being taken out of the EU, where they are repainted, re-registered and sold on.
Spanishel libro pinta un cuadro sombrío de …
the book paints a gloomy picture of …
Spanishtenía toda la pinta de ser una trampa
SpanishEsto hay que subrayarlo y destacarlo una y otra vez, porque en ocasiones se pinta un cuadro distinto, incluso en la prensa.
This needs to be underlined and emphasised time and again, because a different picture is occasionally painted, even in the media.
Spanisheso lo pinta de cuerpo entero
Spanisheso lo pinta de cuerpo entero
Spanish¡qué pinta de hippy se gasta!
Spanishese paté tiene mala pinta
Spanishno me gusta su pinta