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grim

adjective /ɡrim/ ( comparative grimmer, superlative grimmest)
horrible; very unpleasant
horrible, horroroso, macabro, nefasto
The soldiers had a grim task looking for bodies in the wrecked houses.
angry; fierce-looking; not cheerful
ceñudo; austero, severo
The boss looks a bit grim this morning.
stubborn, unyielding
inflexible, inexorable
She struggled up the hill with grim determination.
grimness noun
severidad; siniestridad, aspecto nefasto; inflexibilidad
the grimness of the weather.
grimly adverb
severamente; siniestramente; inflexiblemente
She held on grimly to the hope that there would be survivors from the air crash.
like grim death with great determination
con determinación
When he set off on the motorbike he was holding on like grim death.
(Definition of grim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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