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disgust

verb /disˈɡast/
to cause feelings of dislike or sickness in
asquear, repugnar
The smell of that soup disgusts me She was disgusted by your behaviour/behavior.
disgusting adjective
asqueroso, repugnante
What a disgusting smell! Her house is in a disgusting mess.
disgustingly adverb
repulsivamente
The prices that restaurant charges are disgustingly expensive!
(Definition of disgust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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