Translation of terror in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1.1 (miedo) terror un régimen de terror a reign of terror sembró el terror entre los campesinos it inspired terror among the peasants me da terror or le tengo terror it terrifies me, I find it terrifying película 1.2 (persona) terror es el terror de la ciudad he is terrorizing the city, he is the terror of the city este niño es un terror this child is a terror es el terror de la carretera [humorístico/humorous] she is the terror of the roads [humorístico/humorous]
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