Translation of repugnant in Spanish:

repugnant

Pronunciation: /rɪˈpʌgnənt/

adj

  • repugnante to be repugnant to sb repugnarle or serle* repugnante a algn racism is repugnant to us el racismo nos repugna or nos es repugnante
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    • All the countries of the world will hopefully come together to find a way to fight this sort of terrorism, which is repugnant to all reasonable people.
    • Mainly because some of what those who don't like the paintings find repugnant is repugnant to me too.
    • The whole idea of anyone acting as judge, jury and executioner is totally repugnant to a civilized society.

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