traipsin

Spanish translation: andariego(a)

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English term or phrase:traipsin
Spanish translation:andariego(a)
Entered by: Hélène Lévesque

17:13 Feb 15, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: traipsin
Cause I ain’t a traipsin’ woman,
in the first place...
Hans
andariega
Explanation:
Andariega refers to a woman who goes around aimelessly, and is pretty inconstant. Depending on the context, it might as well be the word you need.
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Hélène Lévesque
Local time: 18:14
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Summary of answers provided
naligera or descarriada or sin rumbo
George A.R (X)
naVagabunda
Oso (X)
naandariega
Hélène Lévesque


  

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andariega


Explanation:
Andariega refers to a woman who goes around aimelessly, and is pretty inconstant. Depending on the context, it might as well be the word you need.

Hélène Lévesque
Local time: 18:14
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 12
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6 hrs
Vagabunda


Explanation:
"De entrada no soy una vagabunda."

La respuesta de HLévesque es muy buena, esta es solamente otra opción.

Traipse=andar de un lado para otro.

Saludos afectuosos de OSO :^)


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Oso (X)
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 9863
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8 hrs
ligera or descarriada or sin rumbo


Explanation:
Ligera includes any possible meaning contained in traipsing, with a slight but not exclusive reference to amorous affairs. If you want to underline this connotation or otherwise refer to loose morals, use descarriada. For a neutral expression, sin rumbo could be the choice. All three are quite poetic/literary.
"Ligero, a
...*frívolo,...inconsistente..aturdido
-Se aplica a las personas y las cosas que se mueven con rapidez o con facilidad o que tardan poco en ir de un sitio a otro o en hacer algo
-(aplicado a mujeres). Falta de formalidad en asuntos amorosos.
Se aplica a las personas y las cosas que se mueven con *rapidez o con facilidad o que tardan poco en ir de un sitio a otro o en hacer algo
(aplicado a mujeres). Falta de formalidad en asuntos amorosos.
-Descarriar. (fig.). Apartar a alguien de la conducta que debe seguir.

George A.R (X)
PRO pts in pair: 30
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