Hay que ser muy caradura para fingir que no pasó nada.You have to have some nerve to pretend nothing's happened.
¡Qué caradura eres! ¡No haces más que criticar su aspecto y cuando la ves le elogias el peinado!You've got a nerve! You keep criticizing how she looks, but when you see her you congratulate her on her hairdo!
¡Qué caradura tiene este hombre! Acusa a los demás de mentirosos, pero es él que engaña a su esposa.What a nerve that man has! He accuses everyone else of lying, but it's he who's cheating on his wife.
Celeste es una caradura: nunca hace la tarea pero critica a la profesora si no saca buenas notas.Celeste has a nerve: she never does her homework but she criticizes the teacher if she doesn't get good grades.
Tu jefa es una caradura por pedirte plata prestada cuando gana el doble que tú.Your boss has some cheek asking you to lend her money when she earns twice as much as you.
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