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Translation of "biting" - English-Spanish dictionary

biting

adjective   /ˈbaɪ.tɪŋ/
used to describe weather that is extremely cold, especially when it causes you physical pain cortante a biting wind biting cold1518
disapproving used to describe words or people that criticize someone or something, usually in an unkind way mordaz He made some biting remarks about the whole occasion. a biting wit1031
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