Translation of outrageous in Spanish:

outrageous

Pronunciation: /aʊtˈreɪdʒəs/

adj

  • 1.1 (scandalous) [behavior/state of affairs] vergonzoso, escandaloso, atroz; [injustice] indignante, atroz; [manners/language] injurioso; [demands/price] escandaloso, exorbitante, abusivo how dare you! this is outrageous! ¡cómo te atreves! ¡esto es intolerable! it is outrageous that we should be expected to pay es escandaloso que pretendan que paguemos nosotros
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    • This is, as been stated, one of the most outrageous acts I have ever seen.
    • We need the people who are responsible for these stupid and outrageous acts to come to their senses and put a stop to it.
    • It was an outrageous act and what was really upsetting from my point of view is that the referee did not look at it.
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    • He was bold, outrageous, witty, shocking and sympathetic without being the least bit soppy or sentimental.
    • It is a target rather than an outrageous boast, but should he achieve it, perhaps then he will be considered by observers to be an unqualified success.
    • It reminds me of being a student when I used to wear mildly outrageous things, rather than the standard business attire I wear nowadays.
    1.2 (unconventional) [clothes] extravagante, estrafalario; [comedy] graciosísimo he tries hard to be outrageous se esfuerza por resultar atrevido or por escandalizar

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