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nasty
British English: /ˈnɑːsti/
American English: /ˈnæsti/

Translation of nasty in Italian:

adjective

[informal]
  • 1 (unpleasant)
    (suspicion, surprise, habit, experience, stain)
    (sight, feeling, task, rumour)
    (expression)
    (affair, business)
    a nasty look
    un'occhiataccia
    I got a nasty fright
    mi sono preso un bello spavento
    the nasty weather
    il brutto tempo
    to smell nasty
    avere un odoraccio
    to taste nasty
    essere disgustoso o avere un gusto schifoso
    it's nasty and hot
    fa un caldo terribile
    things could get nasty
    le cose potrebbero mettersi male
    to turn nasty
    (dog)
    diventare cattivo
    (person)
    incattivirsi
    (weather)
    guastarsi
    to be a nasty piece of work
    essere un brutto tipo
  • 3 (serious)
    (cut, bruise, cold, fall, accident, bump, crack)
  • 4 (ugly)
    (colour, shape, style)
    bruttissimo, orrendo

noun

[informal]
  • (in food, water, air)
    porcherie (feminine plural) , schifezze (feminine plural)
    video nasty
    = film dell'orrore su videocassetta particolarmente violento o sanguinoso

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