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swear word

noun
 
/ˈsweə ˌwɜːd/
a rude word about sex, the body, etc.
palavrão
Translations of “swear word”
in Korean 욕설…
in Arabic سَبّ, شَتيمة…
in Catalan paraulota…
in Japanese 悪態, ののしりの言葉…
in Italian parolaccia, bestemmia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 髒話,冒犯之詞…
in Russian ругательство…
in Turkish küfür…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脏话,冒犯之词…
in Polish przekleństwo…
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