English translation of 'desumano'
desumanodesumana [dʒizuˈmanu, a]
2. (bárbaro) cruel
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'desumano' in Other Languages
British English: inhuman ADJECTIVE
If you describe treatment or an action as inhuman, you mean that it is extremely cruel.
The detainees are often held in cruel and inhuman conditions.
British English: inhumane ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as inhumane, you mean that it is extremely cruel.
He was kept under inhumane conditions.
Translation of desumano from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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