Translation for 'bitchy' from English to Russian
ADJ   bitchy | bitchier | bitchiest
SYNO bitchy | cattish | catty
злобный {adj}bitchy [coll.]
подлый {adj}bitchy [coll.] [spiteful]
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Translation for 'bitchy' from English to Russian

bitchy [coll.]
злобный {adj}
bitchy [coll.] [spiteful]
подлый {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • After roles in "Holby City", "Casualty", and the award-winning British film "Babymother", Chikezie landed her first major role as bitchy Sasha Williams in "As If" in 2001.
  • From 3 January 2011 Bridget Maasland has been acting the bitchy Carla in the BNN-series Walhalla.
  • Eileen — Reginald's equally stressed, "bitchy" wife who constantly gives Reginald abuse.
  • Out gay bitchy stereotype Guy La Trousse (played by Antony Cotton, "Coronation Street", "Queer As Folk"), desperately tries to escape the drudge of daily wash and crop and change the fortunes of the salon – and his career.
  • Thrives on her bitchy attitude and her ability to make people feel worthless.

  • Alice in Videoland describe themselves as a combination of minimal 80's synth pop music with an upbeat electronic body music (ebm) assault and a bitchy disco punk female singer.
  • At the 2006 Logie Awards, Vizard appeared with long-time collaborator Michael Veitch in a sketch that reprised one of their most famous roles, that of two camp, bitchy airline stewards.
  • In 2006, Pitchfork Media selected it as the 114th best song of the 1960s. Critic Tom Breihan described the song as "maybe the finest bitchy kiss-off in pop history".
  • Hornery alleges Hadley said on air that he was "very bitchy, if you know what I mean...
  • Josu Eguren of "El Correo" gave the film 2 out of 3 stars, He pointed out at the "priceless" bitchy deliveries by Miren Ibarguren, who is claiming—according to the reviewer—"the title of best comedic actress" in Spain.

  • She describes the difficulties in working with misogynistic directors, unsympathetic make-up artists, bitchy co-stars and young actors who think they are God's gift to women.
  • In a 2014 article in the journal "Philological Quarterly", Chloé Hogg, asserted that the phenomenon was not new, and offered Hyacinthe Rigaud's portrait of Louis XIV of France depicting his "bitchy resting face".
  • She rose to prominence on the local screen for her role interpretation of the bitchy Adele in Wolwedans in die Skemer.
  • She likes "blond and bitchy" girls like her actual girlfriend, Mel.
  • The film features a bitchy theatre critic called Bennett Collingswood (played by John Michael Howson) who many observers felt was a veiled attack on Colin Bennett, film critic of "The Age" who was often critical of Australian films.

  • , it was announced that Solange had been cast in the new comedy series "Todas a mí", playing the part of Katty, an innocent and bitchy model who lives with other girls in a model agency.
  • This sharp and bitchy treatment formed the basis for subsequent scripts.
  • They meet again later that night at a restaurant and Eva gets Tanya's best seat and Eva makes bitchy remarks to Tanya, who overhears her bragging about her contract costing £1.5 million to take photos for her magazine at Tremaine Gidigbi and Liberty Baker's wedding so Tanya asks Lucy for an invitation in order to get close to Paulo.
  • Charlotte Gregg, who played the lead in "All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane", plays a support role as Dimity, a bitchy actor who torments the lead characters.
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