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Translation of "evil" - English-Spanish dictionary

evil

adjective /ˈiːvl/
very bad; wicked; sinful
malo, malvado
evil intentions an evil man He looks evil evil deeds
evil-
mal-
evil-minded evil-smelling.
evilly adverb
con maldad
He grinned evilly.
evilness noun
maldad
evil-doer noun a wicked or sinful person.
malhechor
Translations of “evil”
in Arabic شِرِّير…
in Korean 사악한…
in Malaysian jahat…
in French mauvais…
in Turkish fena, kötü, berbat…
in Italian cattivo, malvagio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 道德敗壞的, 邪惡的,惡毒的, 討厭的…
in Russian злой…
in Polish zły, złowrogi…
in Vietnamese xấu xa…
in Portuguese malvado…
in Thai ชั่วร้าย…
in German böse…
in Catalan malvat…
in Japanese 邪悪な…
in Indonesian jahat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 道德败坏的, 邪恶的,恶毒的, 讨厌的…
(Definition of evil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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