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Translation of "abyss" - English-Spanish dictionary

abyss

noun   /əˈbɪs/
literary a very deep hole that seems to have no bottom abismo 1537
a difficult situation that brings trouble or destruction abismo The country is sinking/plunging into an abyss of violence and lawlessness. She found herself on the edge of an abyss.1786
(Definition of abyss from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abyss

noun /əˈbis/
a very deep or bottomless hole or chasm abismo He fell into an abyss.
an extremely depressing, frightening, or dangerous situation Abismo He sank into an abyss of despair after his wife died.
(Definition of abyss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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