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Translation of "monstrous" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

monstrous

adjective (BAD) 醜惡的     /ˈmɒnt.strəs/ US  /ˈmɑːnt-/
very bad or cruel 醜惡的;殘酷的;駭人聽聞的 a monstrous crime 殘暴的罪行 monstrous cruelty 駭人聽聞的殘酷行為 But that's monstrous - he can't be allowed to get away with it! 那實在太駭人聽聞了——不能讓他逍遙法外! Morally wrong and evilDishonest
Translations of “monstrous”
in Russian чудовищный, громадный…
in Turkish iğrenç, kaba, korkunç…
in Chinese (Simplified) 丑恶的, 残酷的, 骇人听闻的…
in Polish potworny, monstrualny…
(Definition of monstrous adjective (BAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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