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  • 2 terrible

    1) страшный, ужасный, жуткий, кошмарный, внушающий ужас

    He was terrible in his anger. — Он был страшен в гневе.

    The war was terrible in its cosequences. — Война несла ужасные последствия.

    You look terrible in this dress. — В этом платье у тебя ужасный вид.

    - terrible storm
    - terrible sight
    - terrible moment
    - terrible noise
    - terrible day
    - terrible night
    - terrible news
    - terrible frost
    - terrible heat
    2) вредный, ужасный

    We had a terrible time at the party. — На вечеринке была ужасная тоска.

    He is a terrible bore. — Он ужасный зануда.

    Smoking is terrible for lungs. — Курение очень вредно для легких.

    - feel terrible
    - look terrible
    3) неспособный, бездарный, очень плохой
    - be terrible at this kind of work
    - be terrible at languages
    - be terrible at football

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