Word: prodigal

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Synonyms: prodigal

wasteful, extravagant, spendthrift, profligate, improvident, imprudent, generous, lavish, liberal, unstinting, unsparing, bounteous, abounding in, abundant in, rich in, covered in, awash with, slathered with

Translations: prodigal

spanish
pródigo


german
verschwender, freigebig, verschwenderisch

french
large, dissipateur, prodigue, généreux, dépensier

italian
prodigo, prodiga, prodighi

portuguese
pródigo, filho pródigo, pródiga, pródigos

dutch
verkwister, kwistig, verkwistend, verloren, Prodigal

russian
мот, расточительный, транжирка, щедрый

norwegian
ødeland, ødsel

swedish
slösande, förlorade, Prodigal, återfunne, slösaktiga

finnish
tuhlaavainen, tuhlaava

danish
fortabte, forlorne, fortabt, ødsel

czech
marnotratník, štědrý, marnotratný

polish
marnotrawny, rozrzutnik, rozrzutny, utracjusz

hungarian
pazar

turkish
müsrif, tutumsuz

greek
άσωτος, άσωτο, ασώτου, άσωτοι, άσωτου

ukrainian
елізія

albanian
dorëlëshuar, plangprishës, plangprishës u, penduar, i penduar

bulgarian
прахосник, блуден син, щедър, разсипник, разточителен

belarusian
марнатраўны

estonian
priiskav

croatian
udarac, podbadati, probojac, šilo, ubod, ...

icelandic
Prodigal

lithuanian
palaidūnas, išlaidus, dosnus, išlaidūnas, gausus

latvian
izšķērdētājs, pazudušo, pazudušais dēls, pazudušais, bagātīgs

macedonian
блудниот, блуден, личноста на блудниот

romanian
cheltuitor

slovenian
izgubljeni, Prodigal

slovak
márnotratný

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The meaning and "use of": prodigal

adjective
  • spending money or resources freely and recklessly; wastefully extravagant.
  • having or giving something on a lavish scale.

noun
  • a person who spends money in a recklessly extravagant way.

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