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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: bitch|
|Renaissance Spanish women, one calls the other a bitch after a betrayal--or equivalent meaning word. But very harsh.|
Seems to me that for your "very harsh" requirement, this is the closest thing. It is the literal translation that also has a similar connotation.
Try it, it might work.
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, Zorra,(vulgarmente ramera, puta), bruja, perra
De momento estos son los apelativos que se me ocurren para esta palabra, pero segurísimo que hay más.
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Native speaker of: Spanish
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