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heinously

  • 1 atrozmente

    adv.
    1 atrociously, heinously.
    2 excessively, to excess.
    * * *
    1 atrociously, outrageously
    2 familiar dreadfully, terribly
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    ADV
    1) (=terriblemente) atrociously; (=con crueldad) cruelly; (=escandalosamente) outrageously
    2) * (=muchísimo) dreadfully, awfully
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    adverbio ( con brutalidad) appallingly; ( uso hiperbólico) atrociously, awfully
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    = dismally, appallingly, heinously.
    Ex. The results suggest that works of fiction were generally well represented but that classics in the other fields were dismally underrepresented.
    Ex. Albert Einstein quote -- It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.
    Ex. They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.
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    adverbio ( con brutalidad) appallingly; ( uso hiperbólico) atrociously, awfully
    * * *
    = dismally, appallingly, heinously.

    Ex: The results suggest that works of fiction were generally well represented but that classics in the other fields were dismally underrepresented.

    Ex: Albert Einstein quote -- It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.
    Ex: They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.

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    1 (con brutalidad) appallingly, cruelly
    2 (uso hiperbólico) atrociously, awfully
    * * *
    1. [cruelmente] barbarically
    2. [como intensificador] terribly;
    lo hizo atrozmente mal he did it atrociously, he did it terribly badly

    Spanish-English dictionary > atrozmente

  • 2 brutalmente

    adv.
    brutally, currishly, churlishly, brutishly.
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    1 brutally
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    = brutally, ferociously, heinously.
    Ex. These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.
    Ex. The book is so ferociously unsparing in detailing the systematic torment as well as wanton cruelty that the reconstruction of the past is often unbearable.
    Ex. They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.
    * * *
    = brutally, ferociously, heinously.

    Ex: These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.

    Ex: The book is so ferociously unsparing in detailing the systematic torment as well as wanton cruelty that the reconstruction of the past is often unbearable.
    Ex: They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.

    * * *
    brutally
    * * *
    brutally

    Spanish-English dictionary > brutalmente

  • 3 completamente

    adv.
    completely, totally.
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    1 completely
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    adv.
    * * *
    * * *
    adverbio completely
    * * *
    = all the way, completely, entirely, in + Posesivo + entirety, fully, in full, outright, perfectly, purely, squarely, thoroughly, totally, wholly, right through, head and shoulder, roundly, utterly, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly], altogether, go + the whole hog, the full monty, by a long way, hopelessly + Adjetivo, one hundred percent, flat out, to the hilt, heinously + Adjetivo.
    Ex. Becker takes the topic all the way back to the Coonskin Library and frontier days.
    Ex. A completely specific statement of document content would have to be the text of the document itself.
    Ex. Table 1 may be used anywhere in the schedules, entirely at the discretion of the classifier.
    Ex. Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex. Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.
    Ex. Geographical divisions are sometimes given in full in the main schedule, and sometimes elsewhere as tables in classes.
    Ex. The author of an unpublished book normally had to sell it outright for whatever the publisher chose to pay in cash or in printed copies.
    Ex. This is a perfectly acceptable UDC class number but it does not conform to the citation order PME...ST.
    Ex. Indicative-informative abstracts are more common than either the purely indicative or the purely informative abstract.
    Ex. Surveillance licensing is one question which falls squarely into the 'free movement of goods' category and does not involve the harmonization of the laws of member states.
    Ex. Analytical cataloguing is valuable in respect of any type of media, but many of ideas have been tested most thoroughly in the context of monographs and serials.
    Ex. Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex. Since 1980 it has offered access to data bases and data banks either wholly or partially sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities.
    Ex. Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
    Ex. 'General recreation or leisure' stands out head and shoulders above all the other books borrowed from the library.
    Ex. The constant demand for a return to the previous situation, so roundly criticised by the committee, may soon be granted.
    Ex. We recount the parts which absorbed us utterly, which made us feel that the alternative world was more vivid, more 'real,' than our life outside the book.
    Ex. I agree whole-heartedly that the subject approach is used chiefly by the beginner, whether it is a historical researcher or a high school student who is looking for term paper material.
    Ex. Service in-depth abandons subject arrangement altogether, and seeks to arrange documents in categories according to their popularity.
    Ex. The article 'Patent information: going the whole hog' presents an overview of Derwent's products in the patent information field.
    Ex. The article ' The digital full monty?' forecasts that the world of information is likely to be dominated by global giants on the one hand and selective niche providers on the other.
    Ex. The best possible candidate, by a long way, is also one who is, for political reasons, a dark horse.
    Ex. Rumor has it that she 'tolerates' Mathilda Panopoulos, having tried many times to engage her in meaningful dialogue only to find her ' hopelessly set in her opinions'.
    Ex. Even if a runner does recover after pulling a muscle they will never be one hundred percent healed.
    Ex. The normally perky and intrepid Cristina is flat out crabby these days.
    Ex. Motorists are under the cosh, feel taxed to the hilt and face record prices at the pumps.
    Ex. What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
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    * afectar completamente = engulf.
    * arrasar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * completamente + Adjetivo = altogether + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo, blissfully + Adjetivo.
    * completamente alemán = all-German.
    * completamente corrupto = rotten to the core.
    * completamente decidido a = dead set on.
    * completamente desarrollado = fully-developed.
    * completamente desnudo = stark naked.
    * completamente digital = all-digital.
    * completamente en vigor en = alive and well and living.
    * completamente equipado = with all mods and cons.
    * completamente europeo = all-European.
    * completamente resuelto a = dead set on.
    * completamente seco = bone dry.
    * demoler completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derribar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derrotar completamente = trounce.
    * destrozar completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * destruido completamente por el fuego = burnt out.
    * destruir completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * detener completamente = bring to + a (grinding) halt.
    * detenerse completamente = grind to + a (screeching) halt, come to + a (dead) halt, come to + a shuddering halt.
    * estar completamente borracho = be drunk and incapable.
    * estar completamente de acuerdo con = agree + wholeheartedly with.
    * estar completamente equivocado = be way off.
    * introducirse completamente en = immerse + Reflexivo + in.
    * pagar completamente = pay up.
    * quedarse completamente atónito = You could have pushed + Nombre + over with a feather.
    * quemarse completamente = go up in + smoke.
    * romper completamente = break off.
    * romper completamente con = make + a clean break with.
    * ser algo completamente distinto = be nothing of the sort.
    * ser completamente diferente = be in a different league.
    * ser un caso completamente diferente = be in a league of its own.
    * vencer completamente = beat + soundly.
    * Verbo + completamente = quite + Verbo.
    * * *
    adverbio completely
    * * *
    = all the way, completely, entirely, in + Posesivo + entirety, fully, in full, outright, perfectly, purely, squarely, thoroughly, totally, wholly, right through, head and shoulder, roundly, utterly, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly], altogether, go + the whole hog, the full monty, by a long way, hopelessly + Adjetivo, one hundred percent, flat out, to the hilt, heinously + Adjetivo.

    Ex: Becker takes the topic all the way back to the Coonskin Library and frontier days.

    Ex: A completely specific statement of document content would have to be the text of the document itself.
    Ex: Table 1 may be used anywhere in the schedules, entirely at the discretion of the classifier.
    Ex: Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex: Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.
    Ex: Geographical divisions are sometimes given in full in the main schedule, and sometimes elsewhere as tables in classes.
    Ex: The author of an unpublished book normally had to sell it outright for whatever the publisher chose to pay in cash or in printed copies.
    Ex: This is a perfectly acceptable UDC class number but it does not conform to the citation order PME...ST.
    Ex: Indicative-informative abstracts are more common than either the purely indicative or the purely informative abstract.
    Ex: Surveillance licensing is one question which falls squarely into the 'free movement of goods' category and does not involve the harmonization of the laws of member states.
    Ex: Analytical cataloguing is valuable in respect of any type of media, but many of ideas have been tested most thoroughly in the context of monographs and serials.
    Ex: Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex: Since 1980 it has offered access to data bases and data banks either wholly or partially sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities.
    Ex: Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
    Ex: 'General recreation or leisure' stands out head and shoulders above all the other books borrowed from the library.
    Ex: The constant demand for a return to the previous situation, so roundly criticised by the committee, may soon be granted.
    Ex: We recount the parts which absorbed us utterly, which made us feel that the alternative world was more vivid, more 'real,' than our life outside the book.
    Ex: I agree whole-heartedly that the subject approach is used chiefly by the beginner, whether it is a historical researcher or a high school student who is looking for term paper material.
    Ex: Service in-depth abandons subject arrangement altogether, and seeks to arrange documents in categories according to their popularity.
    Ex: The article 'Patent information: going the whole hog' presents an overview of Derwent's products in the patent information field.
    Ex: The article ' The digital full monty?' forecasts that the world of information is likely to be dominated by global giants on the one hand and selective niche providers on the other.
    Ex: The best possible candidate, by a long way, is also one who is, for political reasons, a dark horse.
    Ex: Rumor has it that she 'tolerates' Mathilda Panopoulos, having tried many times to engage her in meaningful dialogue only to find her ' hopelessly set in her opinions'.
    Ex: Even if a runner does recover after pulling a muscle they will never be one hundred percent healed.
    Ex: The normally perky and intrepid Cristina is flat out crabby these days.
    Ex: Motorists are under the cosh, feel taxed to the hilt and face record prices at the pumps.
    Ex: What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
    * afectar completamente = engulf.
    * arrasar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * completamente + Adjetivo = altogether + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo, blissfully + Adjetivo.
    * completamente alemán = all-German.
    * completamente corrupto = rotten to the core.
    * completamente decidido a = dead set on.
    * completamente desarrollado = fully-developed.
    * completamente desnudo = stark naked.
    * completamente digital = all-digital.
    * completamente en vigor en = alive and well and living.
    * completamente equipado = with all mods and cons.
    * completamente europeo = all-European.
    * completamente resuelto a = dead set on.
    * completamente seco = bone dry.
    * demoler completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derribar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derrotar completamente = trounce.
    * destrozar completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * destruido completamente por el fuego = burnt out.
    * destruir completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * detener completamente = bring to + a (grinding) halt.
    * detenerse completamente = grind to + a (screeching) halt, come to + a (dead) halt, come to + a shuddering halt.
    * estar completamente borracho = be drunk and incapable.
    * estar completamente de acuerdo con = agree + wholeheartedly with.
    * estar completamente equivocado = be way off.
    * introducirse completamente en = immerse + Reflexivo + in.
    * pagar completamente = pay up.
    * quedarse completamente atónito = You could have pushed + Nombre + over with a feather.
    * quemarse completamente = go up in + smoke.
    * romper completamente = break off.
    * romper completamente con = make + a clean break with.
    * ser algo completamente distinto = be nothing of the sort.
    * ser completamente diferente = be in a different league.
    * ser un caso completamente diferente = be in a league of its own.
    * vencer completamente = beat + soundly.
    * Verbo + completamente = quite + Verbo.

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    completely
    está completamente loca she's completely insane
    están completamente borrachos they're blind drunk ( colloq)
    es completamente sordo he is stone deaf
    me parece completamente fuera de lugar I think it's totally out of place
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    completely, totally;
    estoy completamente seguro/lleno I'm completely sure/full;
    el plan fracasó completamente the plan was a total failure
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    adv completely, totally
    * * *
    : completely, totally
    * * *
    completamente adv completely
    es completamente normal it's completely normal / it's perfectly normal

    Spanish-English dictionary > completamente

  • 4 horrendamente

    adv.
    1 dreadfully.
    2 horrendously, heinously, dreadfully, horribly.
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    = horribly, heinously.
    Ex. What proponents fail to mention is that feral cats suffer horribly from the lack of food, water, shelter and regular medical care.
    Ex. They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.
    * * *
    = horribly, heinously.

    Ex: What proponents fail to mention is that feral cats suffer horribly from the lack of food, water, shelter and regular medical care.

    Ex: They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.

    Spanish-English dictionary > horrendamente

  • 5 horriblemente

    adv.
    horribly, heinously, horridly, formidably, damnably.
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    1 horribly
    * * *
    ADV horribly, dreadfully
    * * *
    = hideously, horribly.
    Ex. What is clear from a survey of this literature is that the Yugoslav war was hideously complex in its detail and in the range of issues raised.
    Ex. What proponents fail to mention is that feral cats suffer horribly from the lack of food, water, shelter and regular medical care.
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    * salir horriblemente mal = go + horribly wrong.
    * * *
    = hideously, horribly.

    Ex: What is clear from a survey of this literature is that the Yugoslav war was hideously complex in its detail and in the range of issues raised.

    Ex: What proponents fail to mention is that feral cats suffer horribly from the lack of food, water, shelter and regular medical care.
    * salir horriblemente mal = go + horribly wrong.

    * * *
    horribly

    Spanish-English dictionary > horriblemente

  • 6 infamemente

    adv.
    infamously, vilely.
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    Ex. They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.
    * * *

    Ex: They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.

    Spanish-English dictionary > infamemente

  • 7 quedar impune

    v.
    1 to go unpunished.
    2 to escape punishment, to beat the rap.
    * * *
    to go unpunished
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    (v.) = go + scot-free, go + scot-free, get away + scot-free
    Ex. What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
    Ex. What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
    Ex. As a result, the perpetrators are getting away scot-free.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + scot-free, go + scot-free, get away + scot-free

    Ex: What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.

    Ex: What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
    Ex: As a result, the perpetrators are getting away scot-free.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedar impune

  • 8 totalmente

    adv.
    totally, completely.
    * * *
    1 totally, completely
    * * *
    ADV totally, completely

    Mario es totalmente distinto a LuisMario is totally o completely different from Luis

    estoy totalmente de acuerdoI totally o completely agree

    -¿estás seguro? -totalmente — "are you sure?" - "absolutely"

    * * *
    adverbio totally
    * * *
    = entirely, fully, outright, purely, totally, wholly, utterly, go + the whole hog, the full monty, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly], by a long way, hopelessly + Adjetivo, one hundred percent, heinously + Adjetivo.
    Ex. Table 1 may be used anywhere in the schedules, entirely at the discretion of the classifier.
    Ex. Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.
    Ex. The author of an unpublished book normally had to sell it outright for whatever the publisher chose to pay in cash or in printed copies.
    Ex. Indicative-informative abstracts are more common than either the purely indicative or the purely informative abstract.
    Ex. Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex. Since 1980 it has offered access to data bases and data banks either wholly or partially sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities.
    Ex. We recount the parts which absorbed us utterly, which made us feel that the alternative world was more vivid, more 'real,' than our life outside the book.
    Ex. The article 'Patent information: going the whole hog' presents an overview of Derwent's products in the patent information field.
    Ex. The article ' The digital full monty?' forecasts that the world of information is likely to be dominated by global giants on the one hand and selective niche providers on the other.
    Ex. I agree whole-heartedly that the subject approach is used chiefly by the beginner, whether it is a historical researcher or a high school student who is looking for term paper material.
    Ex. The best possible candidate, by a long way, is also one who is, for political reasons, a dark horse.
    Ex. Rumor has it that she 'tolerates' Mathilda Panopoulos, having tried many times to engage her in meaningful dialogue only to find her ' hopelessly set in her opinions'.
    Ex. Even if a runner does recover after pulling a muscle they will never be one hundred percent healed.
    Ex. What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
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    * desconocer totalmente = be blissfully unaware.
    * estar totalmente convencido de = be all for.
    * estar totalmente de acuerdo con = be all for.
    * estar totalmente equivocado = be way off.
    * recuperarse totalmente = be up to strength.
    * totalmente + Adjetivo = utterly + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo.
    * totalmente amueblado = fully furnished.
    * totalmente corrupto = rotten to the core.
    * totalmente decidido a = dead set on.
    * totalmente desnudo = stark naked.
    * totalmente entregado = dedicated.
    * totalmente equipado = fully equipped [fully-equipped], with all mods and cons, fully fitted.
    * totalmente fiable = safety critical [safety-critical].
    * totalmente injusto = grossly unfair.
    * totalmente integrado = seamless.
    * totalmente negligente = grossly negligent.
    * totalmente perdido = babe in the wood.
    * totalmente polaco = all-Polish.
    * totalmente resuelto a = dead set on.
    * totalmente seco = bone dry.
    * totalmente soviético = all-Soviet.
    * * *
    adverbio totally
    * * *
    = entirely, fully, outright, purely, totally, wholly, utterly, go + the whole hog, the full monty, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly], by a long way, hopelessly + Adjetivo, one hundred percent, heinously + Adjetivo.

    Ex: Table 1 may be used anywhere in the schedules, entirely at the discretion of the classifier.

    Ex: Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.
    Ex: The author of an unpublished book normally had to sell it outright for whatever the publisher chose to pay in cash or in printed copies.
    Ex: Indicative-informative abstracts are more common than either the purely indicative or the purely informative abstract.
    Ex: Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex: Since 1980 it has offered access to data bases and data banks either wholly or partially sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities.
    Ex: We recount the parts which absorbed us utterly, which made us feel that the alternative world was more vivid, more 'real,' than our life outside the book.
    Ex: The article 'Patent information: going the whole hog' presents an overview of Derwent's products in the patent information field.
    Ex: The article ' The digital full monty?' forecasts that the world of information is likely to be dominated by global giants on the one hand and selective niche providers on the other.
    Ex: I agree whole-heartedly that the subject approach is used chiefly by the beginner, whether it is a historical researcher or a high school student who is looking for term paper material.
    Ex: The best possible candidate, by a long way, is also one who is, for political reasons, a dark horse.
    Ex: Rumor has it that she 'tolerates' Mathilda Panopoulos, having tried many times to engage her in meaningful dialogue only to find her ' hopelessly set in her opinions'.
    Ex: Even if a runner does recover after pulling a muscle they will never be one hundred percent healed.
    Ex: What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
    * desconocer totalmente = be blissfully unaware.
    * estar totalmente convencido de = be all for.
    * estar totalmente de acuerdo con = be all for.
    * estar totalmente equivocado = be way off.
    * recuperarse totalmente = be up to strength.
    * totalmente + Adjetivo = utterly + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo.
    * totalmente amueblado = fully furnished.
    * totalmente corrupto = rotten to the core.
    * totalmente decidido a = dead set on.
    * totalmente desnudo = stark naked.
    * totalmente entregado = dedicated.
    * totalmente equipado = fully equipped [fully-equipped], with all mods and cons, fully fitted.
    * totalmente fiable = safety critical [safety-critical].
    * totalmente injusto = grossly unfair.
    * totalmente integrado = seamless.
    * totalmente negligente = grossly negligent.
    * totalmente perdido = babe in the wood.
    * totalmente polaco = all-Polish.
    * totalmente resuelto a = dead set on.
    * totalmente seco = bone dry.
    * totalmente soviético = all-Soviet.

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    totally
    estoy totalmente de acuerdo I totally o fully agree, I entirely agree
    eso es totalmente absurdo that's totally o completely o utterly absurd
    construido totalmente en madera built entirely of wood
    estás totalmente equivocado you are totally o ( BrE) quite wrong
    está totalmente dedicada a sus hijos she's totally o completely dedicated to her children
    * * *
    totally, completely;
    el país ha cambiado totalmente en los últimos años the country has changed completely in the last few years;
    una publicación totalmente gratuita a completely free publication;
    es totalmente imposible it's totally impossible;
    ¿crees que ganaremos? – totalmente do you think we'll win? – definitely o absolutely
    * * *
    adv totally, completely
    * * *
    totalmente adv completely / totally / utterly

    Spanish-English dictionary > totalmente

  • 9 aborrecible

    • abhorrent
    • abominable
    • detestable
    • hate very much
    • hateful individual
    • heighten
    • heinously
    • loathsome
    • obnoxious
    • odious
    • repulsive

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > aborrecible

  • 10 atroz

    • abominable
    • atrocious
    • dreadful
    • excruciating
    • God Almighty
    • God be praised
    • grueling
    • gruff
    • heighten
    • heinously
    • horrendous
    • horrible experience
    • inhospitality
    • inhumanity
    • ungodly

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > atroz

  • 11 heredado

    • heinously
    • heir apparent
    • hereditament
    • hereditary disease
    • inheritance tax
    • inherited property
    • landau driver
    • landed cost
    • property-owning

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > heredado

  • 12 heredero

    • heinously
    • heir apparent
    • heir unconditional
    • heirloom
    • heritable obligation
    • heritress
    • inherited
    • inheritress
    • legatary
    • legation
    • successor

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > heredero

  • 13 horrible

    • appalling
    • awful
    • direful
    • fearful
    • heighten
    • heinously
    • hideaway
    • hideously
    • horrendous
    • horrible experience
    • horribleness
    • horridly
    • horrified
    • horrifying show
    • terrestrial horizon
    • terrible day

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > horrible

  • 14 legatario

    • devisee
    • heinously
    • heir apparent
    • legally sufficient evidence
    • legatary
    • legate
    • legation

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > legatario

  • 15 nefando

    • abominable
    • hate very much
    • hateful individual
    • heighten
    • heinously

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > nefando

  • 16 sucesor

    • after-comer
    • heinously
    • heir apparent
    • successor

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > sucesor

См. также в других словарях:

  • heinously — heinous ► ADJECTIVE ▪ utterly abhorrent and wicked: a heinous crime. DERIVATIVES heinously adverb heinousness noun. ORIGIN Old French haineus, from hair to hate …   English terms dictionary

  • heinously — adverb in a terribly evil manner the child was heinously murdered • Syn: ↑monstrously • Derived from adjective: ↑monstrous (for: ↑monstrously), ↑heinous …   Useful english dictionary

  • Heinously — Heinous Hei nous (h[=a] n[u^]s), a. [OF. ha[ i]nos hateful, F. haineux, fr. OF. ha[ i]ne hate, F. haine, fr. ha[ i]r to hate; of German origin. See {Hate}.] Hateful; hatefully bad; flagrant; odious; atrocious; giving great offense; applied to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • heinously — adverb see heinous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • heinously — See heinous. * * * …   Universalium

  • heinously — adverb In a heinous manner …   Wiktionary

  • heinously — adv. wickedly, abominably, despicably …   English contemporary dictionary

  • heinously — hei·nous·ly …   English syllables

  • heinous — heinously, adv. heinousness, n. /hay neuhs/, adj. hateful; odious; abominable; totally reprehensible: a heinous offense. [1325 75; ME heynous < MF haineus, equiv. to haine hatred (deriv. of haïr to HATE < Gmc) + eus OUS] Syn. wicked, infamous,… …   Universalium

  • monstrously — adverb 1. in a grotesque manner behind the house lay two nude figures grotesquely bald, with deliberate knife slashes marking their bodies • Syn: ↑grotesquely • Derived from adjective: ↑monstrous, ↑grotesque (for: ↑grotesquely) …   Useful english dictionary

  • heinous — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French hainus, heinous, from haine hate, from hair to hate, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German haz hate more at hate Date: 14th century hatefully or shockingly evil ; abominable • heinously …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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