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dire

adjective   /daɪər/
very serious or extreme extremo, serio, desesperada These people are in dire need of help. He gave a dire warning that an earthquake was imminent. This decision will have dire consequences for local people.2443
mainly UK informal very bad espantoso I thought her latest book was dire!2110
(Definition of dire from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dire

adjective /ˈdaiə/
dreadful; perilous terrible, espantoso, atroz The weather was absolutely dire.
(Definition of dire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dire”
in Vietnamese thảm khốc…
in Malaysian hebat…
in Thai เลวร้ายมาก…
in French terrible…
in German gräßlich…
in Chinese (Simplified) 严重的, 危急的, 极端的…
in Turkish müthiş, ürkütücü, korkunç…
in Russian ужасный, серьезный…
in Indonesian berbahaya…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嚴重的, 危急的, 極端的…
in Polish dramatyczny, skrajny…
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