English translation of घिनौना
घिनौनाPowered by COBUILD /ghinauna/
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/ghinauna, ghinaunA, ghinaunaa, ghinaunā/
1. disgusting 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. ⇒ I think it's disgusting that people over 65 have to pay tax.
2. filthy adjective
People describe things as filthy when they think that they are disgusting.
⇒ ...a filthy habit.
3. grisly adjective
Something that is grisly is horrible and shocking.
⇒ ...grisly murders.
4. gruesome adjective
Something that is gruesome is horrible and shocking.
⇒ ...gruesome murders.
5. horrid adjective
If you describe someone or something as horrid, you mean they are very unpleasant. [informal]
⇒ What a horrid smell! ⇒ I love both my parents, but they're horrid to each other.
6. nasty adjective
Something that is nasty is very unpleasant or unattractive.
⇒ This divorce could become nasty.
7. offender countable noun
⇒ ...an offensive remark.
8. repellent adjective
If you think that something is horrible and disgusting, you can say it is repellent. [formal]
⇒ ...a very large, very repellent toad.
9. revolting adjective
Revolting means horrible and disgusting.
⇒ The smell was revolting.
10. sick adjective
If you describe something such as a joke or story as sick, you mean that it deals with death or suffering in an unpleasantly frivolous way.
11. sickening adjective
⇒ It was a sickening attack on a defenceless person.
12. sordid adjective
If you describe a place as sordid, you mean that it is dirty, unpleasant, or depressing.
⇒ The window of their sordid little room was dirty.
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Translation of घिनौना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary