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Translation of "outrage" - English-Spanish dictionary

outrage

noun   /ˈaʊt·reɪdʒ/
[no plural] a strong feeling of anger or shock indignación moral outrage The scandal caused public outrage. These murders have provoked outrage across the country.
something that causes great anger or shock barbaridad It’s an outrage that these children don’t have enough to eat.
verb   /ˈaʊtreɪdʒ/
to make someone feel very angry or shocked indignar The audience was outraged by his racist comments. Local people were outraged at the bombing.
(Definition of outrage from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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