Definition of 'horrible'
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She makes me feel horrible about myself. The Sun (2016)It was all over in a matter of minutes and left me feeling horrible. The Sun (2016)Did it say some horrible things, though? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Debt is a horrible thing. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It was a horrible experience. The Sun (2017)After seeing something horrible happen there, she wakes up with a hangover, bruises and no memory of the night. The Sun (2016)PR: e bits we laugh at tend to be the most horrible, depressing things anyway. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The next few months will throw up some horrible shocks. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You are getting rid of the horrible thing? Times, Sunday Times (2009)They told me the food had become horrible again and begged for packed lunches. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some maps included here are horrible documents devised by horrible people. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You went through a horrible experience made worse by the fear and anxiety he left you with. The Sun (2014)He is turning into a horrible person. The Sun (2015)They went about two years ago when something horrible happened. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This is a horrible situation for you. The Sun (2012)Does he feel horrible the next morning? Christianity Today (2000)IT'S a horrible shock but try not to react in haste. The Sun (2015)Cycling is in a most horrible mess and it will get worse. Times, Sunday Times (2013)People have said horrible things to me about it and it really hurts. The Sun (2008)They just sit there in their nice houses eating horrible food. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It particularly bothers the ladies because it brings horrible people into the neighbourhood. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is exactly what got us through the whole horrible experience. Times, Sunday Times (2011)No one should have to go through something so horrible. The Sun (2012)It was a horrible situation for him to be thrown into. The Sun (2012)But when it happens you feel horrible. The Sun (2015)It was a horrible shock to us. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They make me a horrible person. Times, Sunday Times (2006)At the same time a horrible, cruel trick was played on his wife. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Besides, a figure here would make a most horrible mess. Richard TempleThey had been horrible, cruel, and this man was the worst. A Channel of Peace (1993)
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Translations for 'horrible'
British English: horrible /ˈhɒrəbl/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone or something is horrible, you mean that they are very unpleasant.
It was a horrible experience.
- American English: horrible
- Arabic: رَهِيب
- Brazilian Portuguese: horrível
- Chinese: 恐怖的
- Croatian: strašan
- Czech: strašný
- Danish: frygtelig
- Dutch: vreselijk
- European Spanish: horrible
- Finnish: kauhea
- French: horrible
- German: scheußlich
- Greek: αποκρουστικός
- Italian: orribile
- Japanese: 実にひどい
- Korean: 끔찍한
- Norwegian: fryktelig
- Polish: straszny
- European Portuguese: horrível
- Romanian: oribil
- Russian: ужасный
- Spanish: horrible
- Swedish: hemsk
- Thai: น่าสยดสยอง
- Turkish: korkunç
- Ukrainian: страшний
- Vietnamese: khủng khiếp
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