hediondo


hediondo
adj.
stinking, stinky, bad-smelling, evil-smelling.
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hediondo
adjetivo
1 (apestoso) stinking, foul-smelling, smelly
2 figurado (asqueroso) filthy, repulsive
3 figurado (molesto) annoying
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ADJ
1) (=maloliente) stinking, foul-smelling
2) (=asqueroso) repulsive
3) (=sucio) filthy
4) (=obsceno) obscene
5) (=inaguantable) annoying, unbearable
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-da adjetivo (fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
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= stinking, smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], rotting, reeking, putrid, noisome.
Ex. And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.
Ex. This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
Ex. The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
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-da adjetivo (fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
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= stinking, smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], rotting, reeking, putrid, noisome.

Ex: And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.

Ex: This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
Ex: The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.

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hediondo -da
adjective
1 (fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
2 (fam) (repugnante) disgusting, revolting
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hediondo
-da adjetivo (fétido) foul-smelling, stinking

hediondo,-a adjetivo foul-smelling

'hediondo' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
hedionda
English:
stinking
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hediondo, -a adj
1. [pestilente] stinking, foul-smelling
2. Formal [insoportable] unbearable
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hediondo
adj stinking, foul-smelling
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hediondo, -da adj
maloliente: foul-smelling, stinking

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • hediondo — hediondo, da (Del lat. vulg. *foetibundus, de foetēre, heder). 1. adj. Que despide hedor. 2. Molesto, enfadoso e insufrible. 3. Sucio, repugnante y obsceno. 4. m. Arbusto originario de España, de la familia de las Leguminosas, que crece hasta dos …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • hediondo — da adjetivo 1. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Uso/registro: elevado. Que huele muy mal: un líquido hediondo, una habitación hedionda. Los hediondos restos del animal estaban bajo aquel árbol. 2. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Uso/registro: elevado. Que da a …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Hediondo — Hediondo, en botánica, puede referirse al nombre común de: Anagyris foetida, o altramúz del diablo. Rhamnus cathartica, arbusto espinoso. Rhamnus frangula, arbusto de ramas erguidas no espinoso. Datura stramonium, planta tóxica. Sambucus ebulus,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • hediondo — hediondo, da adjetivo 1) fétido, apestoso, pestilente. 2) sucio, repugnante, obsceno. 3) molesto, enfadoso. * * * …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • hediondo — adj. 1. Horrorosamente feio. 2. Sórdido, repugnante. 3. Nojento …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • hediondo — (Del lat. vulgar foetibundus.) ► adjetivo 1 Que huele mal: ■ cada verano tienen que sufrir un río hediondo cerca de su casa. TAMBIÉN hediento SINÓNIMO fétido maloliente pestilente 2 Que causa repugnancia. SINÓNIMO …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • hediondo — {{#}}{{LM H19877}}{{〓}} {{SynH20387}} {{[}}hediondo{{]}}, {{[}}hedionda{{]}} ‹he·dion·do, da› {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Que desprende un olor muy desagradable. {{<}}2{{>}} Que resulta repugnante por su suciedad o por su obscenidad: • No… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • hediondo — adj Que despide un olor fuerte y desagradable, como de materia orgánica podrida: agua hedionda, unos zapatos hediondos …   Español en México

  • hediondo — da adj. Que arroja mal olor. fig. Sucio, repugnante …   Diccionario Castellano

  • hediondo/a — mala persona …   Colombianismos

  • leño hediondo — ► locución BOTÁNICA Hediondo, arbusto leguminoso que despide un olor desagradable …   Enciclopedia Universal


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