Definition of 'vile'
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She heard the vile comments, made in an accidental call to her mobile. The Sun (2017)When he refuses, a row ensues, during which the pair are heard hurling vile abuse. The Sun (2016)She doesn't want anyone else to be hurt, damaged or in despair because of vile comments spewing from the phones and computers of trolls. The Sun (2016)It was also said how he sent vile messages boasting how the production team would protect him from being found out. The Sun (2016)Some of the online comments are vile. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We have no idea what effect these vile images have on such young minds. The Sun (2012)Vile crimes were allowed to continue due to widespread political correctness. The Sun (2015)He had to toughen his skin against constant and vile abuse. The Sun (2007)His vile temper is aimed at the baroque plots and nonsensical script. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are too many of these vile creatures getting away with it. The Sun (2012)She then reported the vile comments to cops. The Sun (2014)But the vile abuse about his family crosses a line. The Sun (2009)It was now in the realm of possibility to confront this vile creature. Christianity Today (2000)How did the vile comments affect her? The Sun (2014)The campaign aims to change appalling attitudes toward this vile crime and the conditions victims have to deal with. The Sun (2006)Their views are vile and despicable. The Sun (2015)The vile, disgusting messages from the stalker played havoc with our lives. The Sun (2012)And now he wants to bring his vile message to Britain. The Sun (2014)He is vile and despicable. The Sun (2012)An awful lot of us, brought up with these ghastly people, always thought there was something vile lurking in their undergrowth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)AT last I have decided to do something about my vile image. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'vile'
British English: vile /vaɪl/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone or something is vile, you mean that they are extremely unpleasant.
The weather was vile.
- American English: vile
- Arabic: وَضِيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: desprezível
- Chinese: 极坏的
- Croatian: grozan
- Czech: hnusný
- Danish: afskyelig
- Dutch: walgelijk
- European Spanish: vil
- Finnish: paha viheliäinen
- French: infect
- German: abscheulich
- Greek: πρόστυχος
- Italian: disgustoso
- Japanese: 堕落した
- Korean: 비열한
- Norwegian: sjofel
- Polish: nikczemny
- European Portuguese: desprezível
- Romanian: infam
- Russian: подлый
- Latin American Spanish: vil
- Swedish: avskyvärd
- Thai: ชั่วร้าย เลวร้าย
- Turkish: kokuşmuş
- Ukrainian: огидний
- Vietnamese: ghê tởm
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