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Translation of "nasty" - English-Spanish dictionary

nasty

adjective /ˈnaːsti/ ( comparative nastier, superlative nastiest)
unpleasant to the senses asqueroso, desagradable, repugnante a nasty smell. unfriendly or unpleasant in manner desagradable The man was very nasty to me. wicked; evil malo He has a nasty temper. (of weather) very poor, cold, rainy etc malo I’ve had enough of this nasty weather. (of a wound, cut etc) serious feo, grave That dog gave her a nasty bite. awkward or very difficult peligroso, difícil a nasty situation. nastily adverb desagradablemente She laughed at him nastily. nastiness noun maldad, rencor There’s no need for such nastiness.
(Definition of nasty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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