Translation of ungodly in Spanish:

ungodly

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈgɑːdli; ʌnˈgɒdli/

adj

  • [person/act/thought] impío at some ungodly hour [humorous/humorístico] a una hora infame [colloquial/familiar]
    More example sentences
    • If somebody wanted to sit down and have an espresso in a cafe, they shouldn't have to do it in the same place where people were doing such immoral and ungodly things as having a beer.
    • Gore has chosen to respond to the Republican attempts to portray the Clinton administration as immoral and ungodly by moving even farther to the right.
    • But vilifying a group, saying that they are evil, ungodly, unnatural or conspiring to take over the world is not sufficient.

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