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Spanish translation of “monster”

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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
Translations of “monster”
in Korean 괴물…
in Arabic وَحْش…
in French monstre…
in Italian mostro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生物, (虛構的)怪物,怪獸…
in Russian чудовище…
in Turkish canavar…
in Polish potwór…
in Portuguese monstro…
in German Riesen-…, das Ungeheuer…
in Catalan monstre…
in Japanese 怪物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生物, (虚构的)怪物,怪兽…
(Definition of monster from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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