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Translation of "monster" - English-Spanish dictionary

monster

noun /ˈmonstə/
(also adjective) (something) of unusual size, form or appearance
monstruo
a monster tomato.
a huge and/or horrible creature
monstruo
prehistoric monsters.
a very evil person
monstruo
The man must be a monster to treat his children so badly!
monstrous adjective huge and often unpleasant
enorme, gigantesco
A monstrous boil had suddenly appeared on his neck.
shocking
escandaloso, atroz, monstruoso
a monstrous lie.
monstrously adverb
monstruosamente
(Definition of monster from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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