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Translation of "violent" - English-Spanish dictionary

violent

adjective   /ˈvaɪ·ə·lənt/
involving or showing violence violento, acalorado I don’t like violent movies.
likely to hurt or kill someone else agresivo a violent criminal
sudden and causing damage repentino y destructivo a violent storm
violently adverb /ˈvaɪ·ə·lənt·li/
violentamente, acaloradamente
(Definition of violent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

violent

adjective /ˈvaiələnt/
having, using, or showing, great force violento There was a violent storm at sea a violent earthquake He has a violent temper.
caused by force violento a violent death.
violently adverb
violentamente The whole house shook violently during the storm.
violence noun
great roughness and force, often causing severe physical injury or damage violencia I was amazed at the violence of his temper She was terrified by the violence of the storm.
(Definition of violent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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