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Translation of "grotesque" - English-Spanish dictionary

grotesque

adjective   /ɡrəʊˈtesk/
very strange and unpleasant, especially in a ridiculous or slightly frightening way grotesco a grotesque image
grotesquely adverb /ɡrəʊˈtesk·li/
grotescamente
(Definition of grotesque from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

grotesque

adjective /ɡrəˈtesk/
very strange-looking grotesco a grotesque figure.
grotesquely adverb
grotescamente his grotesquely deformed body.
(Definition of grotesque from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “grotesque”
in Korean 괴상한…
in Arabic غَريب, مُتَنافِر…
in Malaysian aneh…
in French grotesque…
in Russian гротескный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 怪誕的,荒謬的, 奇形怪狀的, 醜陋的…
in Italian grottesco…
in Turkish biçimsiz, tuhaf, şekilsiz…
in Polish groteskowy…
in Vietnamese lố bịch…
in Portuguese grotesco…
in Thai แปลกประหลาด…
in German grotesk…
in Catalan grotesc…
in Japanese グロテスクな, 異様な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 怪诞的,荒谬的, 奇形怪状的, 丑陋的…
in Indonesian aneh…
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