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Translation of "awful" - English-Spanish dictionary

awful

adjective   /ˈɔː·fəl/
B1 very bad horrible, espantoso an awful place The play was absolutely awful.
an awful lot (of something)
a very large amount un montón (de algo) It costs an awful lot of money.
(Definition of awful from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

awful

adjective /ˈoːful/
very bad horrible, horroroso This book is awful an awful experience.
very great enorme, imponente; terrible, tremendo an awful rush.
severe terrible an awful headache.
awfully adverb
very muy, en gran medida You look awfully silly in that hat.
awfulness noun
horror, terror the awfulness of war.
(Definition of awful from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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