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Translation of "harsh" - English-Spanish dictionary

harsh

adjective   /hɑːʃ/
cruel or unkind duro harsh criticism
too strong, bright, loud, etc. fuerte harsh chemicals harsh lighting
harshly adverb /hɑːʃ·li/
con dureza She felt that she had been treated harshly.
(Definition of harsh from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

harsh

adjective /haːʃ/
(of people, discipline etc) very strict; cruel severo, duro; cruel That is a very harsh punishment to give a young child.
rough and unpleasant to hear, see, taste etc áspero a harsh voice harsh colours.
harshly adverb
severamente, duramente; ásperamente The player was harshly punished with a red card.
harshness noun
severidad, dureza; aspereza the harshness of winter.
(Definition of harsh from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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