English translation of भयंकर
भयंकरPowered by COBUILD /bhayankara/
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1. awful adjective
If you say that something is awful, you mean that it is very bad. ⇒ ...the same awful jokes. ⇒ Her injuries were massive. It was awful. ⇒ I hardly slept at all and felt pretty awful.
2. deadly adjective
If you describe a person or their behaviour as deadly, you mean they are unpleasant or dangerous. A deadly situation has unpleasant or dangerous consequences. ⇒ ...a deadly enemy. ⇒ The agent's name was a deadly secret.
3. fearsome adjective
If you describe something as fearsome, you are emphasizing the fact that it is terrible or frightening. ⇒ ...fearsome weapons.
4. fierce adjective
A fierce animal or person is very aggressive or angry.
5. frightful adjective before noun
Frightful is used to emphasize the extent or degree of something. [old-fashioned] ⇒ It was a frightful shock for everyone.
6. horrendous adjective
Something that is horrendous is very bad or unpleasant. ⇒ The violence was horrendous.
7. horrible adjective
If you say that someone or something is horrible, you mean that they are very unpleasant. ⇒ ...a horrible small boy.
8. 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.
9. horrific adjective
If you describe something as horrific, you mean that it is so bad that people are horrified and shocked by it. ⇒ I have never seen such horrific injuries.
10. lurid adjective
If you say that something is lurid, you disapprove of it because it involves a lot of violence, sex, or shocking detail. ⇒ It is the lurid headlines that are most entertaining.
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Translation of भयंकर from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary