непослушный; шаловливый; озорной; капризный; дурной; гадкий; рискованный; сомнительный; испорченный; неприличный
- But she continued to haul me forward like a mother with a naughty child.
- Which was naughty.
- Though raised Church of England, I rarely join the congregation since learning at the age of five that, according to the Church of England bible, God punished the naughty.
- If a horse is being naughty then you have to punish him in some way - but don't punish him if he doesn't understand or is physically incapable of doing what you've asked. "
- Aren't I being naughty, Lee?
- "Not that she deserved it, the naughty girl."
- But I think you have both been very naughty."
- "Oh, there you are, you naughty boy.
- However naughty you are we will still love you."
- Oh, what a naughty child I was!
- This is naughty, but not earth-shaking.
- I know I'm shouting, but I don't care if I'm being naughty.
- I didn't want to be naughty, but I really didn't want to go to Combe Court.