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Spanish translation of “beast”

beast

/biːst/
a four-footed (especially large) animal
bestia
beasts of the jungle.
a cruel, brutal person
bestia, bruto, animal
He was a violent beast of a man.
(old-fashioned) an unpleasant person
descortés, rudo
Arthur is a beast for refusing to come!
beastly adjective (British) disagreeable
desagradable, maleducado, descortés
What a beastly thing to do!
beastliness noun
bestialidad, brutalidad
the beastliness of her brother.
(Definition of beast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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