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repulsive
American English: /rəˈpəlsɪv/
British English: /rɪˈpʌlsɪv/

Translation of repulsive in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (disgusting) I think she's repulsive
    la encuentro repulsiva or repelente
    Example sentences
    • It is perhaps the most disgusting, grotesque and repulsive thing ever shown on television.
    • Cronenberg fashions a remake of the cheesy 1958 original that is by turns funny, poignant, repulsive, and intense.
    • They've all done things that are repulsive and disgusting, and each one is probably haunted by that.
    1.2 (Physics)
    (forces)
    que se repelen

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