There are 2 translations of disgust in Spanish:

disgust1

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈgʌst/

vt

  • darle* asco a you disgust me! ¡me das asco! the smell/taste disgusts me el olor/sabor me da asco or me repugna I am disgusted by his disregard for others me indigna su falta de consideración con el prójimo
    More example sentences
    • I'm absolutely disgusted by the behaviour of all the people concerned in this case.
    • Your ladyship should know about my beliefs and frankly your behaviour disgusts me.
    • I was disgusted, at such a serious moment and even horrific, how could he think of money.

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There are 2 translations of disgust in Spanish:

disgust2

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • (revulsion) indignación (f); (physical, stronger) asco (m), repugnancia (f) it fills me with disgust me da asco, me repugnadisgust at sth my disgust at their behavior surprised them les sorprendió que me indignara su comportamiento much to my disgust, they ate it raw se lo comieron crudo, lo cual me dio un asco espantoso I turned away, in disgust at the sight me volví, asqueado por aquel espectáculo she stormed out of the meeting in disgust salió indignada or furiosa de la reunión
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    • The show fanatics behind kept clucking in disgust and making noises of disapproval.
    • I left the cinema half an hour before the end of the film in disgust, anger and, quite frankly, boredom.
    • I am writing in disgust over plans to demolish the Library and replace it with flats.

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The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.