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abysmal

adjective   /əˈbɪz.məl/
very bad pésimo abysmal working conditions The food was abysmal. The standard of the studentswork is abysmal.2110
abysmally adverb   /-i/
(Definition of abysmal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abysmal

adjective /əˈbizməl/
very great (in a bad sense); very bad pésimo The students’ abysmal ignorance of history is shocking The weather is abysmal.
abysmally adverb
pésimamente an abysmally poor performance by the home team.
(Definition of abysmal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abysmal”
in Vietnamese rất tồi tệ…
in Malaysian teruk…
in Thai เลวร้าย…
in French insondable…
in German furchtbar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极坏的, 糟透的…
in Turkish çok kötü, berbat, adi…
in Russian ужасающий…
in Indonesian buruk sekali…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極壞的, 糟透的…
in Polish beznadziejny…
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