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Translation of "ferocious" - English-Turkish dictionary

ferocious

adjective
 
 
/fəˈrəʊʃəs/
extremely angry, violent, or forceful
vahşi, yırtıcı, canavar, hiddetli, sert, acımasız
a ferocious dog a ferocious attackViolent or aggressiveUnkind, cruel and unfeelingTreating people or animals badly
ferociously adverb
kızgın ve vahşi bir şekilde
Translations of “ferocious”
in Arabic ضار, وَحْشي…
in Korean 맹렬한…
in Malaysian bengis…
in French féroce…
in Italian feroce…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兇猛的,兇惡的, 激烈的, 可怕的…
in Russian свирепый…
in Polish krwiożerczy, zawzięty…
in Vietnamese dữ dội, tàn bạo…
in Spanish feroz…
in Portuguese feroz…
in Thai ที่ดุร้าย…
in German wild…
in Catalan feroç, atroç…
in Japanese 凶暴な…
in Indonesian ganas, buas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 凶猛的,凶恶的, 激烈的, 可怕的…
(Definition of ferocious from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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