Translation of hideous in Spanish:

hideous

Pronunciation: /ˈhɪdiəs/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [face/grin/monster/sight] horroroso, horrible
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    • She described a hideous humpbacked creature with stumpy horns, and bristles down the back of a long neck.
    • As well as animal forms, demons can have other grotesque and hideous forms.
    • If you decide that your girlfriend was right and you are rather hideous then don't despair.
    1.2 [crime/accident/fate] espantoso
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    • I nearly stayed in, but the thought of the Scottish TV Hogmanay special was just too hideous to contemplate.
    • She stuck her arms up into the air and laughed a hideous, horrible laugh.
    • To this day, I still feel appalled that there are people who have such hideous and dark sides to them.
    1.3 [color/clothes/furniture] horrendo, espantoso you look perfectly hideous in that dress ese vestido te queda horrendo or espantoso

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