Definition of 'horrifying'
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Her condition deteriorated with horrifying speed, apparently. STAGE FRIGHTIt had been, they agreed, an unpleasant experience, so much more horrifying in reality than in a movie. UNTO THE GRAVE
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Translations for 'horrifying'
British English: horrifying /ˈhɒrɪˌfaɪɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as horrifying, you mean that it is shocking or disgusting.
These were horrifying experiences.
- American English: horrifying
- Arabic: مُرْعِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: horripilante
- Chinese: 毛骨悚然的
- Croatian: užasavajući
- Czech: děsivý
- Danish: gruopvækkende
- Dutch: verschrikkelijk
- European Spanish: horripilante
- Finnish: kauhistuttava
- French: terrifiant
- German: furchtbar
- Greek: τρομακτικός
- Italian: impressionante
- Japanese: ぞっとさせる
- Korean: 무서운
- Norwegian: sjokkerende
- Polish: przerażający
- European Portuguese: horripilante
- Romanian: înfiorător
- Russian: вселяющий ужас
- Spanish: horripilante
- Swedish: skräckinjagande
- Thai: ที่ทำให้ขยะแขยง
- Turkish: dehşet verici
- Ukrainian: жахливий
- Vietnamese: kinh hoàng
Definition of horrifying from the Collins English Dictionary
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