Translation of horror in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 uncountable (emotion) I cried out in horrorgrité horrorizadato have a horror of something/
-inghe has a horror of spidersles tiene horror or terror a las arañasI have a horror of being aloneme aterra or me da pavor estar sola(before noun) (movie/story)everyone has a horror story to tell about …
de terrortodo el mundo ha tenido alguna mala experiencia con …Example sentences
Example sentences1.2 countable (experience, event) the horrors of nuclear warfare
- But Toby doesn't react with horror or disgust or shock, instead complaining that Bree lied to him.
- Shock, horror, disgust impinge on our sense of ourselves, creating a sense of crisis as our sense of completeness and comfort is threatened.
- Judy gasped in shock and horror, paralyzed with disgust and unbridled rage as Sarah stormed out of the room.
los horrores de la guerra atómicaten die in gas blast horror (in newspapers)diez muertos en una explosión de gashorror of horrors, you'll actually have to do some work! [ironic]¡qué horror! ¡hasta vas a tener que trabajar! [irónico]1.3 countable (person, thing) [colloquial] that child's a little horror!¡ese niño es un diablillo! [colloquial]Example sentences
- This is also one reason why I remain so steadfastly resolute about concentrating on fantasy, science fiction and horror film.
- The work was a breakthrough, spawning the birth of two literary genres: science-fiction and horror fiction.
- The science fiction and horror genres have often served as mirrors of the troubles and fears of the time.
- But there was another horror, one as difficult to believe.
- Or come back later for some thoughts on how to effectively counter that horror.
- Name your disaster, horror or tragedy, no matter how grotesque, and there will be someone making a joke of it somewhere.
- As in every culture, where all other Indians in the story are proud and honourable, Emiliano happens to be a horror of almost fantastical proportions.
- He thinks Anse is a horror of a human being to throw Darl down in the public street and handcuff him and to pour concrete on Cash's leg, forever destroying it.
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