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Translation of "atrocious" - English-Spanish dictionary

atrocious

adjective   /əˈtrəʊ.ʃəs/
of very bad quality espantoso an atrocious film/piece of acting The weather has been atrocious all week. Conditions in the prison were atrocious.963
violent and shocking atroz an atrocious crime994
atrociously adverb   /-li/
(Definition of atrocious from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

atrocious

adjective /əˈtrəuʃəs/
very bad atroz, pésimo Your handwriting is atrocious. I can’t read what you’ve written.
extremely cruel atroz an atrocious crime.
atrociously /əˈtrouʃəsli/ adverb
Atrozmente The team played atrociously in the first half of the game.
atrociousness noun
atrocidad the atrociousness of the war.
atrocity /əˈtrosəti/ noun
an extremely cruel and wicked act atrocidad The invading army committed many atrocities.
(Definition of atrocious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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