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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (willful)
a. díscolo
Stella's daughter is a wayward child who listens to no one.La hija de Stella es una niña díscola que no le hace caso a nadie.
b. rebelde
Some problems and pathologies, such as drug use and juvenile delinquency, tend to be associated with wayward adolescents.Existen ciertos problemas y patologías, como las drogas y la delincuencia juvenil, que suelen asociarse con los jóvenes rebeldes.
2. (prompted by caprice)
a. caprichoso
Susie struggled to control her wayward impulse to run and leave all her responsibilities behind her.Susie luchó por dominar su impulso caprichoso de huir y dejar atrás todas sus responsabilidades.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. rebelde, desmandado(a)
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wayward [ˈweɪwəd]
1 (wilful) [+person] rebelde; [+behaviour] díscolo; rebelde; [+horse] caprichoso; rebelde
she separated from her wayward husband se separó del rebelde de su marido
2 (unmanageable) [+hair] rebelde; [+satellite, missile] rebelde; incontrolable
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