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Arabic translation of “cruel”

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cruel

adjective
 
/ˈkruː·əl/
B1 very unkind, or causing people or animals to suffer
وَحْشي
a cruel joke Many people think hunting is cruel to animals.
cruelly /ˈkruː·əl·li/ adverb
بِشكل وَحْشي
They treated her cruelly.
Translations of “cruel”
in Korean 잔인한…
in French cruel (envers), cruel…
in Italian crudele…
in Chinese (Traditional) 殘忍的, 殘酷的, 刻毒傷人的…
in Russian жестокий…
in Turkish vicdansız, acımasız, zalim…
in Polish okrutny…
in Spanish cruel…
in Portuguese cruel…
in German grausam, unbarmherzig…
in Catalan cruel…
in Japanese 無慈悲な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 残忍的, 残酷的, 刻毒伤人的…
(Definition of cruel from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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