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Definition of “abysmal” - Learner’s Dictionary

abysmal

adjective     /əˈbɪzməl/
very bad, especially of bad quality: the team's abysmal performance last seasonNot of good qualityRubbish and wasteInformal words for bad
abysmally adverb
Translations of “abysmal”
in Spanish pésimo…
in Vietnamese rất tồi tệ…
in Thai เลวร้าย…
in Malaysian teruk…
in French insondable…
in German furchtbar…
in Indonesian buruk sekali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极坏的, 糟透的…
in Turkish çok kötü, berbat, adi…
in Russian ужасающий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極壞的, 糟透的…
in Polish beznadziejny…
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