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Translation of "eerie" - English-Spanish dictionary

eerie

adjective /ˈiəri/
causing fear; weird misterioso, espeluznante an eerie silence.
eerily adverb
misteriosamente, espeluznantemente, horripilantemente Our voices echoed eerily in the dark tunnel.
eeriness noun
calidad de misterioso/espeluznante
Translations of “eerie”
in Vietnamese kỳ quái…
in Thai น่าขนลุก, ลึกลับ, ประหลาด…
in Malaysian menyeramkan…
in French inquiétant…
in German unheimlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 怪異而令人恐懼的…
in Indonesian mengerikan…
in Russian жуткий…
in Turkish ürkütücü, ürkünç, ürperten…
in Chinese (Simplified) 怪异而令人恐惧的…
in Polish dziwny, niesamowity…
(Definition of eerie from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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