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expletive

noun /ikˈspliːtiv; American ˈeksplitiv/
(formal) a rude word that someone says when they are angry or upset. palabrota
(Definition of expletive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “expletive”
in Vietnamese lời chửi rủa…
in Malaysian makian…
in Thai คำสบถ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咒骂语, 粗话…
in Turkish küfür, sövgü…
in Russian ругательство…
in Indonesian umpatan, makian…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咒罵語, 粗話…
in Polish przekleństwo…
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