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awful

adjective /ˈoːful/
very bad
horrible, horroroso
This book is awful an awful experience.
very great
enorme, imponente; terrible, tremendo
an awful rush.
severe an awful headache. awfully adverb very
muy, en gran medida
You look awfully silly in that hat.
awfulness noun the awfulness of war.
Translations of “awful”
in Korean 끔찍한…
in Arabic مُرَوِّع…
in French épouvantable, terrible…
in Italian orribile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糟糕的, 極壞的, 惡劣的…
in Russian ужасный…
in Turkish korkunç, berbat, nahoş…
in Polish okropny, straszny…
in Portuguese horrível, péssimo, terrível…
in German furchtbar, riesig…
in Catalan espantós, horrible…
in Japanese ひどい, 大変な, いやな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 糟糕的, 极坏的, 恶劣的…
(Definition of awful from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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