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hideous

adjective /ˈhidiəs/
extremely ugly
horrible, horroroso
a hideous vase.
hideously adverb
horriblemente, horrorosamente
a hideously ugly man.
hideousness noun
horribilidad, horrendidad
Translations of “hideous”
in Arabic بَشِع…
in Korean 흉측한…
in Malaysian sangat hodoh…
in French hideux…
in Turkish çok çirkin, iğrenç, korkunç…
in Italian orrendo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極醜的, 極壞的…
in Russian уродливый, отвратительный…
in Polish ohydny…
in Vietnamese gớm guốc…
in Portuguese horrendo, hediondo…
in Thai น่ากลัว…
in German scheußlich…
in Catalan horrible…
in Japanese 醜い, おぞましい…
in Indonesian buruk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极丑的, 极坏的…
(Definition of hideous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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