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Translation of "horror" - English-Spanish dictionary

horror

noun   /ˈhɒr·ər/
a strong feeling of shock or fear horror She watched in horror as the car skidded across the road.
a horror film/movie/story
B1 a movie or story that entertains people by shocking or frightening them una película/historia de terror I love reading horror stories.
(Definition of horror from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

horror

noun /ˈhorə/
great fear or dislike horror She has a horror of spiders She looked at me in horror.
a disagreeable person or thing horror, monstruo Her little boy is an absolute horror.
horrible adjective
causing horror; dreadful horrible, horroroso a horrible sight.
unpleasant horrible What a horrible day!
horribleness noun
calidad de horrible
horribly adverb
horriblemente Everyting went horribly wrong.
horrid /-rid/ adjective
(informal) unpleasant horroroso, horrible; odioso That was a horrid thing to say.
(informal) dreadful horroroso, horrible a horrid shriek.
horrific /həˈrifik/ adjective
terrible; terrifying horroroso, horrible, terrible a horrific accident a horrific journey.
horrify /-fai/ verb ( past tense, past participle horrified)
to shock greatly horrorizar; escandalizar Mrs Taylor was horrified to find that her son had been arrested.
horrifying adjective
horroroso, horrendo a horrifying experience.
(Definition of horror from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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