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outrage

noun /ˈautreidʒ/
a wicked act, especially of great violence
atrocidad, escándalo, ultraje
the outrages committed by the soldiers The decision to close the road is a public outrage.
outrageous adjective noticeably terrible
escandaloso, ofensivo
an outrageous hat outrageous behaviour/behavior.
outrageously adverb
escandalosamente
This handbag is outrageously expensive.
outrageousness noun
ofensa
(Definition of outrage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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