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repugnant

adjective [not gradable]  us   /rɪˈpʌɡ·nənt/
causing a feeling of strong dislike or disgust: The trade in wild animals was repugnant to most people.
Translations of “repugnant”
in Korean 혐오스러운…
in Arabic بَغيض, كَريه…
in Portuguese repugnante…
in Catalan repugnant…
in Japanese 不快な, 嫌悪感を引き起こす…
in Italian ripugnante, deplorevole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人厭惡的, 令人反感的…
in Russian отвратительный…
in Turkish çirkin, tiksindirici, iğrenç…
in Chinese (Simplified) 令人厌恶的, 令人反感的…
in Polish odrażający…
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