Translation of ghoul in Spanish:

ghoul

Pronunciation: /guːl/

n

  • 1.1 (person) morboso, (masculine, feminine)
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    • I see them as ghouls preying on the death and misery of other people to earn money and fame or convert others to their silly superstitions.
    1.2 (evil spirit) demonio (masculine) necrófago
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    • Ghosts, ghouls, and spirits floated about and chatted with old friends, vampires lurked frighteningly close, and werewolves paced from along the walls.
    • A slight shudder slid over him, footsteps on his grave, a shadowy ghoul with its gargoyle grin threatening to exhume long-buried corpses.
    • The ghoul's upper body split into two pieces with a cracking and splintering of bone.

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