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ominous

Pronunciation: /ˈɑːmənəs; ˈɒmɪnəs/

Translation of ominous in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • there was an ominous silence se hizo un silencio que no presagiaba or no auguraba nada bueno that's ominous eso es de mal agüero or es un mal augurio there are some ominous clouds on the horizon hay nubes que no auguran or no presagian nada bueno

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