Definition of 'disgusting'
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What a disgusting world we live in. The Sun (2014)The things we tasted went from the sublime to the ridiculous to the outstanding to the disgusting. The Sun (2014)This is outrageous and plain disgusting. The Sun (2006)It is really ridiculous and disgusting. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's disgusting that these places are being so comprehensively ignored. The Sun (2014)If true, this is a further disgusting murder. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They've had to munch all manner of disgusting dishes in their roles as MasterChef judges. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'disgusting'
British English: disgusting /dɪsˈɡʌstɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is disgusting, you think it is extremely unpleasant or unacceptable.
...one of the most disgusting sights I ever saw.
- American English: disgusting
- Arabic: مُثِيرٌ لِلاِشْمِئْزاز
- Brazilian Portuguese: nojento
- Chinese: 令人厌恶的
- Croatian: odvratan
- Czech: nechutný
- Danish: frastødende
- Dutch: walgelijk
- European Spanish: repugnante
- Finnish: iljettävä
- French: dégoûtant
- German: widerlich
- Greek: αηδιαστικός
- Italian: disgustoso
- Japanese: むかむかする 腹が立つ
- Korean: 구역질나는
- Norwegian: motbydelig
- Polish: obrzydliwy
- European Portuguese: nojento
- Romanian: dezgustător
- Russian: отвратительный
- Spanish: repugnante
- Swedish: äcklig
- Thai: น่าสะอิดสะเอียน
- Turkish: iğrenç
- Ukrainian: огидний
- Vietnamese: ghê tởm
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