Definition of 'horrendous'
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One dad stormed:'It is absolutely horrendous. The Sun (2016)He said:'It has just been a horrendous experience. The Sun (2016)She said: 'It was horrendous. The Sun (2016)One dad stormed:'It is absolutely horrendous. The Sun (2016)He said:'It has just been a horrendous experience. The Sun (2016)She said: 'It was horrendous. The Sun (2016)What happened that night was absolutely horrendous. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This has been a horrendous experience for many servicemen. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She said the scene was absolutely horrendous. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This experience was horrendous and we felt totally abandoned. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Some of them have lost their parents and had horrendous experiences. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Your letter shows how it is possible to live on beyond such a horrendous experience and find constructive support. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is a really horrendous experience because you just feel the nails of two fingers going straight into your eyeball. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Short term it sounded absolutely horrendous. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The traffic is already horrendous and a 2,500 horse town above all others needs space. The Sun (2011)He leans forward, clearly about to admit to something completely horrendous. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We went to a mall outside Glasgow and had a pretty horrendous experience. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And it would probably have been four from four but for an horrendous traffic jam on the M1. The Sun (2014)The schedule was absolutely horrendous. The Sun (2013)Players and coaches wanted to get back to their base in Krakow as quickly as possible but instead had an absolutely horrendous journey. The Sun (2012)He said: 'It was a horrendous situation. The Sun (2012)Easter said: 'It was an horrendous tackle. The Sun (2009)She added: 'But we do come across some cases involving horrendous violence. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But horrendous traffic meant he missed his Stansted flight and had to rush to Gatwick instead. The Sun (2010)She said: 'It was horrendous. The Sun (2011)And a show source said yesterday: 'Every year presents a new challenge as we want to give them something absolutely horrendous. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'horrendous'
British English: horrendous /hɒˈrɛndəs/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is horrendous is very bad or unpleasant.
He suffered horrendous injuries.
- American English: horrendous
- Arabic: رَهِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: horrendo
- Chinese: 可怕的
- Croatian: užasan
- Czech: příšerný
- Danish: skrækkelig
- Dutch: afgrijselijk
- European Spanish: horrendo
- Finnish: hirvittävä
- French: épouvantable
- German: schrecklich
- Greek: αποτρόπαιος
- Italian: orrendo
- Japanese: 恐ろしい
- Korean: 끔찍한
- Norwegian: forferdelig
- Polish: straszliwy
- European Portuguese: horrendo
- Romanian: îngrozitor
- Russian: ужасающий
- Spanish: horrendo
- Swedish: fruktansvärd
- Thai: น่ากลัว
- Turkish: korkunç
- Ukrainian: страхітливий
- Vietnamese: kinh khủng
Definition of horrendous from the Collins English Dictionary
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