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  • 1 aterrador

    adj.
    terrifying, frightful, frightening, awesome.
    * * *
    1 terrifying, frightful
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    (f. - aterradora)
    adj.
    frightening, terrifying
    * * *
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    - dora adjetivo terrifying
    * * *
    = frightening, terrifying, terrorising [terrorizing, -USA], frightful, fear-inducing, hideous, hair-raising, groundshaking, creepy [creepier -comp., creepiest -sup.].
    Ex. No echo of so frightening a concept, 'class', ever lingers within the hushed precincts of our libraries.
    Ex. To the general public 'the female librarian is still angular, elderly, acidulous and terrifying', to use Geoffrey Langley's words, 'and a male librarian is impossible under any hypothesis'.
    Ex. He perceived that his life threatened to be an interminable succession of these mortifying interviews unless he could discover a way or ways to deal with her surly and terrorizing ferocity.
    Ex. The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex. The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex. The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex. This ' hair-raising' experience will allow students to have a better understanding of what energy is and why it's so important.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex. For me, it's like those really creepy films I used to like watching when I was a kid.
    * * *
    - dora adjetivo terrifying
    * * *
    = frightening, terrifying, terrorising [terrorizing, -USA], frightful, fear-inducing, hideous, hair-raising, groundshaking, creepy [creepier -comp., creepiest -sup.].

    Ex: No echo of so frightening a concept, 'class', ever lingers within the hushed precincts of our libraries.

    Ex: To the general public 'the female librarian is still angular, elderly, acidulous and terrifying', to use Geoffrey Langley's words, 'and a male librarian is impossible under any hypothesis'.
    Ex: He perceived that his life threatened to be an interminable succession of these mortifying interviews unless he could discover a way or ways to deal with her surly and terrorizing ferocity.
    Ex: The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex: The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex: The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex: This ' hair-raising' experience will allow students to have a better understanding of what energy is and why it's so important.
    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex: For me, it's like those really creepy films I used to like watching when I was a kid.

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    terrifying
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    aterrador
    ◊ - dora adjetivo

    terrifying
    aterrador,-ora adjetivo terrifying

    ' aterrador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aterradora
    English:
    chilling
    - frightful
    - terrifying
    - terrifyingly
    - blood
    - fearful
    - fearsome
    - frightening
    * * *
    aterrador, -ora adj
    terrifying
    * * *
    adj frightening, terrifying
    * * *
    aterrador, - dora adj
    : terrifying
    * * *
    aterrador adj terrifying

    Spanish-English dictionary > aterrador

  • 2 destruir la esperanza

    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    * * *
    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes

    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > destruir la esperanza

  • 3 echar por tierra las ilusiones

    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    * * *
    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes

    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > echar por tierra las ilusiones

  • 4 espantoso

    adj.
    frightening, frightful, fearsome, dreadful.
    * * *
    1 (terrible) frightful, dreadful
    2 (asombroso) astonishing, amazing
    3 (desmesurado) dreadful, terrible
    hizo un frío espantoso the cold was awful, it was absolutely freezing
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    (f. - espantosa)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=aterrador) frightening
    2) [para exagerar]

    llevaba un traje espantososhe was wearing an awful o a hideous o a frightful o ghastly * hat

    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) <escena/crimen> horrific, appalling
    b) (fam) ( uso hiperbólico) <comida/letra/tiempo> atrocious; <vestido/color> hideous; <ruido/voz> terrible, awful

    hace un calor espantosoit's boiling o roasting hot (colloq)

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    = frightening, harrowing, atrocious, awful, frightful, dire, ghastly, fear-inducing, hideous, shocking, horrible, dreadful, grisly [grislier -comp., grisliest -sup.], god-awful, groundshaking, nightmarish.
    Ex. No echo of so frightening a concept, 'class', ever lingers within the hushed precincts of our libraries.
    Ex. See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.
    Ex. The public library's selection of books for small boys is atrocious.
    Ex. These articles were written by those who have had first hand experience of the awful consequences of not devoting enough time to testing their security systems.
    Ex. The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex. Throughout the process of development, debate and enactment of the Digital Millennium Act in the USA, many dire forebodings were envisaged for the library profession.
    Ex. True, ghastly additions were made to XML.
    Ex. The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex. The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex. The author mentions several recent shocking revelations concerning the activities of the Japanese government and its officials.
    Ex. Not saving the wildlife is too horrible to contemplate, but saving it will require us to accept harsh realities and abandon romantic notions.
    Ex. The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex. Much of what he sees and shows his readers is grim, if not grisly.
    Ex. The director and deputies deserve the most recognition because they actually had to give up time with their families for the god-awful places we sent them.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex. It was the drugs that made me mad: Jane was anorexic, but the treatment prescribed pushed her over the edge for 22 nightmarish years.
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    * dolor de cabeza espantoso = splitting headache.
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    - sa adjetivo
    a) <escena/crimen> horrific, appalling
    b) (fam) ( uso hiperbólico) <comida/letra/tiempo> atrocious; <vestido/color> hideous; <ruido/voz> terrible, awful

    hace un calor espantosoit's boiling o roasting hot (colloq)

    * * *
    = frightening, harrowing, atrocious, awful, frightful, dire, ghastly, fear-inducing, hideous, shocking, horrible, dreadful, grisly [grislier -comp., grisliest -sup.], god-awful, groundshaking, nightmarish.

    Ex: No echo of so frightening a concept, 'class', ever lingers within the hushed precincts of our libraries.

    Ex: See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.
    Ex: The public library's selection of books for small boys is atrocious.
    Ex: These articles were written by those who have had first hand experience of the awful consequences of not devoting enough time to testing their security systems.
    Ex: The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex: Throughout the process of development, debate and enactment of the Digital Millennium Act in the USA, many dire forebodings were envisaged for the library profession.
    Ex: True, ghastly additions were made to XML.
    Ex: The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex: The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex: The author mentions several recent shocking revelations concerning the activities of the Japanese government and its officials.
    Ex: Not saving the wildlife is too horrible to contemplate, but saving it will require us to accept harsh realities and abandon romantic notions.
    Ex: The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex: Much of what he sees and shows his readers is grim, if not grisly.
    Ex: The director and deputies deserve the most recognition because they actually had to give up time with their families for the god-awful places we sent them.
    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex: It was the drugs that made me mad: Jane was anorexic, but the treatment prescribed pushed her over the edge for 22 nightmarish years.
    * dolor de cabeza espantoso = splitting headache.

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    1 ‹escena/crimen› horrific, appalling
    fue una experiencia espantosa it was a horrific o horrifying experience
    2 ( fam)
    (uso hiperbólico): hace un calor espantoso it's boiling o roasting, it's incredibly o unbearably hot ( colloq)
    pasamos un frío espantoso we were absolutely freezing ( colloq)
    tengo un hambre espantosa I'm ravenous o starving ( colloq)
    la comida era espantosa the food was atrocious o ghastly
    ¡qué sombrero tan espantoso! what a hideous o an awful hat
    esta máquina hace un ruido espantoso this machine makes a terrible o dreadful noise ( colloq)
    llueve que es una cosa espantosa it's absolutely pouring ( colloq), it's bucketing down ( colloq)
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    espantoso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    a)escena/crimen horrific, appalling

    b) (fam) ( uso hiperbólico) ‹comida/letra/tiempo atrocious;

    vestido/color hideous;
    ruido/voz terrible, awful;

    espantoso,-a adjetivo
    1 (horripilante) horrifying, appalling: es un asunto espantoso, it's a horrifying situation
    2 fam (uso hiperbólico) tengo unas ganas espantosas de que llegue el fin de semana, I'm dying for the weekend to come!
    3 fam (muy feo) awful, hideous: ¡quítate ese espantoso sombrero!, take off that awful hat!
    ' espantoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    berrido
    - espantosa
    - ridícula
    - ridículo
    - sueño
    - tener
    - hacer
    English:
    diabolic
    - diabolical
    - dreadful
    - frightening
    - frightful
    - ghastly
    - gruesome
    - hairy
    - hideous
    - horrendous
    - interminable
    - shocking
    - stinking
    - wretched
    - abominable
    - atrocious
    - boiling
    - dire
    - excruciating
    - horrific
    - split
    - terrible
    - terrific
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    espantoso, -a adj
    1. [pavoroso] horrific
    2. [enorme] terrible;
    allí dentro hacía un calor espantoso it was roasting o boiling o terribly hot in there;
    tengo un frío espantoso I'm freezing to death;
    teníamos un hambre espantosa we were famished o starving
    3. [feísimo] hideous, frightful;
    llevaba un vestido espantoso she was wearing a hideous o frightful dress
    4. [pasmoso] appalling, shocking;
    el servicio postal era espantoso the postal service was appalling;
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    adj
    1 horrific, appalling
    2 para enfatizar terrible, dreadful;
    hace un calor espantoso it’s terribly o incredibly hot
    * * *
    espantoso, -sa adj
    1) : frightening, terrifying
    2) : frightful, dreadful
    * * *
    espantoso adj awful / dreadful

    Spanish-English dictionary > espantoso

  • 5 estremecedor

    adj.
    shaking, shocking, striking.
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    1 startling
    2 (grito) bloodcurdling
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    ADJ alarming, disturbing
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    - dora adjetivo <escena/noticia> horrifying; <grito/relato> spine-chilling, hair-raising
    * * *
    = eerie, heart-rending, heart-rendering, touching, spooky [spookier -comp., spookiest -sup.], spine-tingling, groundshaking, heart-wrenching, thrilling.
    Ex. Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.
    Ex. Their heart-rending plight stretching over centuries is a blot on Indian civilization.
    Ex. The book makes harrowing reading, charting the relentless disintegration of Schumann's mental and physical faculties, with equally heart-rendering intervals of lucidity and self-awareness.
    Ex. In a world of daily genocide, where two-thirds of humanity are condemned, it is touching to see a spark of what solidarity can do.
    Ex. Records are even being sold with terrifying sounds designed to create a ' spooky' atmosphere at home.
    Ex. This is a spine-tingling collection of real haunted houses and spooky ghost stories.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex. Which just goes to show that truth is always, always, always more amazing, more heart-wrenching, more fantastic than anyone's imagination.
    Ex. This makes autobiography a thrilling ingredient of biography.
    * * *
    - dora adjetivo <escena/noticia> horrifying; <grito/relato> spine-chilling, hair-raising
    * * *
    = eerie, heart-rending, heart-rendering, touching, spooky [spookier -comp., spookiest -sup.], spine-tingling, groundshaking, heart-wrenching, thrilling.

    Ex: Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.

    Ex: Their heart-rending plight stretching over centuries is a blot on Indian civilization.
    Ex: The book makes harrowing reading, charting the relentless disintegration of Schumann's mental and physical faculties, with equally heart-rendering intervals of lucidity and self-awareness.
    Ex: In a world of daily genocide, where two-thirds of humanity are condemned, it is touching to see a spark of what solidarity can do.
    Ex: Records are even being sold with terrifying sounds designed to create a ' spooky' atmosphere at home.
    Ex: This is a spine-tingling collection of real haunted houses and spooky ghost stories.
    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex: Which just goes to show that truth is always, always, always more amazing, more heart-wrenching, more fantastic than anyone's imagination.
    Ex: This makes autobiography a thrilling ingredient of biography.

    * * *
    ‹escena/noticia/relato› horrifying, hair-raising
    un grito estremecedor a spine-chilling cry
    * * *

    estremecedor
    ◊ - dora adjetivo ‹escena/noticia horrifying;


    grito/relato spine-chilling, hair-raising
    * * *
    estremecedor, -ora adj
    [ruido, grito] horrifying, ghastly; [crimen, imágenes, historia] horrifying, appalling
    * * *
    adj terrifying
    * * *
    : horrifying

    Spanish-English dictionary > estremecedor

  • 6 frustrar las esperanzas

    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes, dampen + Posesivo + hopes, dash + Posesivo + hopes
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex. The 51-year-old parted ways with her third husband in 2004 but she is refusing to let the break-ups dampen her hopes of finding true love.
    Ex. It was hoped that this meeting would bring about reinstatement of the library funds which were so massively cut a year ago; these hopes were soon dashed.
    * * *
    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes, dampen + Posesivo + hopes, dash + Posesivo + hopes

    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Ex: The 51-year-old parted ways with her third husband in 2004 but she is refusing to let the break-ups dampen her hopes of finding true love.
    Ex: It was hoped that this meeting would bring about reinstatement of the library funds which were so massively cut a year ago; these hopes were soon dashed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > frustrar las esperanzas

  • 7 guerra árabe-israelí, la

    = Arab Israeli war, the
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > guerra árabe-israelí, la

  • 8 romper las ilusiones

    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    * * *
    (v.) = shatter + Posesivo + hopes

    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > romper las ilusiones

  • 9 sobrecogedor

    adj.
    overwhelming, enthralling, breathtaking, spellbinding.
    * * *
    1 (conmovedor) dramatic, awesome
    2 (que da miedo) frightening
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [paisaje, silencio] imposing, impressive
    2) (=horrible) horrific
    * * *
    - dora adjetivo shocking, horrific
    * * *
    = daunting, eerie, breathtaking, gripping, hair-raising, groundshaking, overwhelming.
    Ex. One of the most daunting aspect of music cataloguing arises from the fact that music and music recordings have international value.
    Ex. Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.
    Ex. This breathtaking building is 213 meters long and has over 300 windows.
    Ex. The 1996 film of 'Romeo and Juliet' is a gripping presentation of Shakespeare's story of star-crossed lovers in an impulsive, hot-headed, violent world.
    Ex. This ' hair-raising' experience will allow students to have a better understanding of what energy is and why it's so important.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex. More people are taking the dip into online business and abandoning the huge corporations with overwhelming superiors and unearthly hours.
    ----
    * paisaje sobrecogedor = breathtaking scenery.
    * vista sobrecogedora = breathtaking view.
    * * *
    - dora adjetivo shocking, horrific
    * * *
    = daunting, eerie, breathtaking, gripping, hair-raising, groundshaking, overwhelming.

    Ex: One of the most daunting aspect of music cataloguing arises from the fact that music and music recordings have international value.

    Ex: Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.
    Ex: This breathtaking building is 213 meters long and has over 300 windows.
    Ex: The 1996 film of 'Romeo and Juliet' is a gripping presentation of Shakespeare's story of star-crossed lovers in an impulsive, hot-headed, violent world.
    Ex: This ' hair-raising' experience will allow students to have a better understanding of what energy is and why it's so important.
    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex: More people are taking the dip into online business and abandoning the huge corporations with overwhelming superiors and unearthly hours.
    * paisaje sobrecogedor = breathtaking scenery.
    * vista sobrecogedora = breathtaking view.

    * * *
    1 (conmovedor) ‹experiencia/silencio› moving
    2 (espantoso) shocking, horrific
    * * *

    sobrecogedor
    ◊ - dora adjetivo

    shocking, horrific
    sobrecogedor,-ora adjetivo eerie, awesome

    ' sobrecogedor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    impresionante
    - sobrecogedora
    English:
    daunting
    * * *
    sobrecogedor, -ora adj
    1. [terrorífico] frightening, startling
    2. [impresionante] shocking, harrowing
    * * *
    adj
    1 ( que asusta) horrific, shocking
    2 ( que conmueve) moving

    Spanish-English dictionary > sobrecogedor

  • 10 terrorífico

    adj.
    terrifying, frightening, horrible, terrible.
    * * *
    1 terrifying, frightening
    * * *
    ADJ terrifying, frightening
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo horrific
    * * *
    = terrifying, fear-inducing, groundshaking.
    Ex. To the general public 'the female librarian is still angular, elderly, acidulous and terrifying', to use Geoffrey Langley's words, 'and a male librarian is impossible under any hypothesis'.
    Ex. The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo horrific
    * * *
    = terrifying, fear-inducing, groundshaking.

    Ex: To the general public 'the female librarian is still angular, elderly, acidulous and terrifying', to use Geoffrey Langley's words, 'and a male librarian is impossible under any hypothesis'.

    Ex: The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    * * *
    horrific
    * * *

    terrorífico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    horrific
    terrorífico,-a adjetivo
    1 (que causa miedo) terrifying, frightening
    2 (desastroso, desagradable) dreadful, horrific

    ' terrorífico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    terrorífica
    * * *
    terrorífico, -a adj
    terrifying
    * * *
    adj terrifying, frightening
    * * *
    terrorífico, -ca adj
    : horrific, terrifying
    * * *
    terrorífico adj terrifying / frightening

    Spanish-English dictionary > terrorífico

  • 11 visión contada por una persona de adentro

    (n.) = insider's look, insider's perspective
    Ex. The book 'If Looks Could Kill' is a juicy, tell-all, insider's look at the true world of fashion.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    * * *
    (n.) = insider's look, insider's perspective

    Ex: The book 'If Looks Could Kill' is a juicy, tell-all, insider's look at the true world of fashion.

    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > visión contada por una persona de adentro

  • 12 visión de una persona de adentro

    (n.) = insider's look, insider's perspective
    Ex. The book 'If Looks Could Kill' is a juicy, tell-all, insider's look at the true world of fashion.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    * * *
    (n.) = insider's look, insider's perspective

    Ex: The book 'If Looks Could Kill' is a juicy, tell-all, insider's look at the true world of fashion.

    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > visión de una persona de adentro

  • 13 guerra árabe-israelí

    la guerra árabe-israelí
    = Arab Israeli war, the

    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > guerra árabe-israelí


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