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beastly

adjective uk   us   /ˈbiːst.li/ mainly UK old-fashioned
unkind or unpleasant: Why are you being so beastly to me? We've had beastly weather all summer.
Translations of “beastly”
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡劣的, 討厭的,令人不快的…
in Russian гадкий, противный…
in Turkish hayvanca, kabaca, iğrenç bir şekilde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶劣的, 讨厌的,令人不快的…
in Polish okropny…
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