Translation of abyss in Spanish:

abyss

Pronunciation: /əˈbɪs/

n

  • [literario/literary] abismo (m) on the edge of the abyss al borde del abismo
    More example sentences
    • It sets these individuals on a separate plane, creating an unnatural abyss between the organizer and the people for whom one works.
    • And all the while people suffer, the abyss between rich and poor yawns, and exploitation continues as the bitterest fact of everyday life.
    • Admittedly, there is a huge abyss between thought and words.

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