Portuguese translation of 'repellent'
insect repellent repelente m de insetos
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Mandralisca found this new Barjazid just as charmingly repellent as his elder brother had been.KING OF DREAMS (2001)
There was something repellent about her which was not only due to the annoyance which was directed against me.THE BLACK OPAL (2001)
Her face was smeared with suntan oil and mosquito repellent.DESPERADOES (2001)
Toni, sceptical about most things, was unsure exactly why he found the idea of joining them so repellent.IN LOVE AND WAR (2001)
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British English: repellent /rɪˈpɛlənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you think that something is horrible and disgusting, you can say it is repellent.
...a very large, very repellent toad.
- American English: repellent
- Arabic: طَارِد
- Brazilian Portuguese: repulsivo
- Chinese: 令人厌恶的
- Croatian: odbojan
- Czech: odpudivý
- Danish: frastødende
- Dutch: weerzinwekkend
- European Spanish: repelente
- Finnish: vastenmielinen
- French: repoussant
- German: widerlich
- Greek: απωθητικός
- Italian: repellente
- Japanese: 嫌な
- Korean: 불쾌한
- Norwegian: frastøtende
- Polish: odpychający
- European Portuguese: repugnante
- Romanian: respingător
- Russian: репеллент
- Spanish: repelente
- Swedish: frånstötande
- Thai: ทำให้เป็นที่รังเกียจ
- Turkish: itici
- Ukrainian: огидний
- Vietnamese: ghê tởm
British English: repellent NOUN
Insect repellent is a product containing chemicals that you spray into the air or on your body in order to keep insects away.
Translation of repellent from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary